Jessica Simpson's DRM-free single could be the beginning of the end for copy-protected digital music.
A fast and reliable airborne survey technology could reveal "hidden" oil and gas reserves and provide better maps of existing ones.
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An efficient handheld generator could help bring computing to the world's poor.
HP's tiny chip could offer a new way for storing and sharing video, audio, and pictures.
Have a big music collection? Try organizing it by feeling.
A new way to reduce friction at the nanoscale could enable the commercialization of nano mechanical devices, including ones for data storage.
As artificial intelligence research celebrates its 50th birthday, the MIT icon asks what makes the minds of three-year-olds tick.
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Freescale's new product could outperform the competition and usher in a new breed of electronic devices.