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Microsoft's six-year-old Beijing lab has already paid dividends in speech recognition, wireless multimedia and graphics.
Two years after its launch, OpenCourseWare is sparking a worldwide chain reaction.
MIT researchers are creating academically driven computer games that rival commercial products and make learning fun.
MIT's newest building is destined to become an architectural icon both on campus and around the world.
Focused beams of sound could direct music or speech to a single person in a crowd. Two inventors have staked competing claims to a potential audio revolution.