Car navigation systems in Japan can quickly tell drivers which roads have traffic jams, yet only a million vehicles -- of the 70 million on Japanese roads today -- take advantage of it.
Spain's new smart home technology laboratory may help Europe stay on the cutting edge of research and development.
First the magazine gets a new look and now a new website. What's with all the change? We're updating the site, expanding our mission, and giving our readers a deeper look at the changing world of technology.
The handset maker's future is up in the air as Sprint PCS-Nextel merger hangs in the air.
Voice over IP may be built upon broadband, but it doesn't need to follow the same anti-competitive path. In fact, the VoIP business could remain wild and wooly (and cheap).
Alternative reality gaming immerses players in a place somewhere between the real world and cyberspace. What they learn about communication is already translating into collaborate, problem-solving communities.
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For a generation accustomed to near-instantaneous keeping in touch, a generation of peers are perfectly comfortable with face-to-face encounters taking a backseat to cyber contact.