New visualization software tools give intelligence officers the ability to create special representations of digital communications. And that, they say, is helping track down terrorists.
Rhapsody's 3.0 launch officially doubles the size of the portable subscription model market. Don't expect more doubling until the device support catches up.
NTT Lab wants to build commercial technologies using its RedTacton technology, which enables devices to communicate by using the electrical fields on the human skin.
Technology Review requested that an independent group re-examine the stories written by Michelle Delio. Here are its findings.
Security is one of the biggest problems corporations face when installing wireless networks. One start-up hopes to capture the market by walling off WLANs.
Coldplay's exclusive ringtone deal with Cingular Wireless marks the beginning of a new way to sell music -- 15 seconds at a time.
The Supreme Court looks at file sharing, the FCC looks at ISP regulation, and the FEC looks at blogs. What could possibly go wrong? And a brief look at Pope John Paul II's legacy with technology.
The digital camera smart phone is taking off, and companies are scurrying to corner the picture-swapping market...Barry Diller, who still wants a portal, goes shopping for Jeeves...Netizens join the Terry Schiavo watch...and more in The Week in Review.