The mobile Web gets split in two...Star Trek communicators and next-generation robots get developed...climate change is coming...and the FCC gets a new leader. Plus, one-offs and other news in The Week in Review.
With a new investment from Intel, E Ink comes a step closer to broadly commercializing its electronic ink technology.
For Israeli troops, getting fast access to enemy surveillance images is all in the wrist.
States are now legislating against emerging technologies...the world of new media expands into the movie business...Apple seeks to stamp out piracy...and more.
Get ready for the biggest technology trial in years, with the entertainment industry looking to quash peer-to-peer and piracy for good.
Smart phones have killed PDAs and become a remote control for users' lives...the U.S. readies its iRobot snipers...digital television and recorders are at a crossroads.
Hollywood's push for restrive DRM technologies may have hit a snag, after judges questioned the logic of allowing content creators to dictate manufacturing standards.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen is helping fund a SETI project that will distill space noise, better search for alien life, and help understand the cosmos.
The Napster 'hack' allows music lovers to convert their music streams into music downloads but the issue of stream-capturing is much bigger than a single hacked player, something no one wants to talk about.
Throughout the week, the TR editors scour newspapers, blogs, and journals to give readers a quick synopsis of what happened in the previous week in the field of emerging technologies.