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Google Base encourages users to make their information more findable by uploading it directly to Google. But so what?
How open-source god Linus Torvalds got his groove back after a mini-insurrection among Linux insiders.
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The ZigBee wireless standard could teach a common language to your lights, appliances, doors, and even your cell phone.
Anthropologist Mizuko Ito studies Japan's mobile-phone culture and warns against extrapolating from Japan's tech development.
If a patent infringement suit isn't settled soon, several million devoted BlackBerry users might suffer withdrawal.
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Motorola and other cell-phone makers need to think differently if they want music phones to succeed.
The father of mobile computing discusses artificial intelligence and how our brains work with the editor in chief of Technology Review.