Short items of interest.
Energy stocks performed poorly; semiconductor stocks did well.
Editor Wade Roush, uber-blogger and all-round alpha-geek, launches his own TR blog, which covers tidbits on technology and culture from the San Francisco bureau of Technology Review.
A 300-gigabyte, holographic storage device based on polymers, a molecule-tagging technology, and more
Research in Motion's stock has climbed 800 percent in three years, thanks to a strategy of licensing its hugely successful BlackBerry email software to Nokia and Motorola.
By creating its own customized Internet retailing system, coffee distributor Pura Vida has increased sales from $100,000 in 1999 to a projected $4 million in 2005.
Nongovernmental organizations can meet a need in the vaccines market.
Technology finance has turned rational -- so I'm outta here.
Pharma feels great -- for now, anyway.
Technology Review editor in chief Jason Pontin also joins the blogosphere. The idea: open a dialogue with our readers about stories coming down the pike. Your ideas may appear in the magazine, but most importantly, you will have a direct line to the editor.