The biggest trouble lies not so much in the technology but in poll workers failure to follow the procedures that would assure reliable results.
Qualcomm and Texas Instruments have unveiled two competing schemes for delivering video to cell phones that bypass 3G. Is the market big enough to get them off the ground?
MIT's museum originally collected artifacts of teaching and research at the Institute. But today it offers some unusual bits of technological history you cant find anyplace else.
Thanks to voice-over-IP, videoconferencing--the eternal technology of tomorrow--once again appears to be on the verge of success.
Broadcasters have spent billions on the technology--but is free over-the-air digital TV a viable alternative to cable and satellite?
Sure, long distance costs are way down, but the typical household now spends vastly more on communications than before. MIT management professor Thomas Malone explains why that's actually a good thing.
Spammers have come close to ruining e-mail--and threaten to do the same to Internet telephony. The time to stop them is now.
They're not just for file-sharing anymore: P2P networks are transmitting phone calls, blocking spam, backing up hard drives, and spreading scholarship.
The young innovators selected for the TR100 in years past have are making an impact.