Medicine: Pig-to-human transplants could become standard practice in just a few years.
We should cherish leisure technologies (think piano, not PlayStation) that are hard to learn.
Novel "photonic-band-gap materials" promise to light up the pipes of the telecom network. Their breakthrough? They carry signals through air rather than glass.
MIT's "personal router" project promises you true freedom of wireless choice.
New technique for photonic crystal fibers brings signal losses down near those of conventional optical fibers.
"Two-dimensional" nanofilms from Lightyear Technologies may give batteries a boost.
The engineer-turned-CEO discusses the Texas Instruments comeback and what's next for wireless.
As peer-to-peer software moves into direct remote control, should you think twice about opening up your computer?
How MP3 software works.
Software-based technology developed by the U.S. military could slice through the maze of conflicting standards and make it possible to use wireless devices anywhere, anytime-even downloading all the latest features as they appear on the market.