UPS Goes Bluetooth
Raytheon's troubled Patriot missile
Encrypting files for security purposes should get simpler with new algorithms developed by start-ups like Voltage Security.
Display manufacturers are developing lower-cost alternatives to LCD and plasma technologies.
A congressional decision to cut funding for a controversial laser defense program developed by Northrop Grumman may hasten its deployment in Iraq.
Venture capitalists continue to look for small, but heady, investments in the RFID market despite the slow adoption of the new technology.
Transmeta was to be a market-grabbing pioneer in chips.
Intel announces one of the first major deployments of WiMAX hardware, which may set up a showdown with cellular carriers...Farmers get some technological help...and Motorola gets some rhythm in its step.
Technology Review editor Wade Roush blogged that he doesn't think music cell phones will amount to much. Columnist Eric Hellweg things he's wrong.
Consumer electronics companies continue to search for the killer multimedia app for consumers. It ain't gonna be the cell phone, argues TR editor Wade Roush.