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Technology Review's annual look at corporate research trends and numbers including the R&D spending of 150 top technology companies, plus profiles of three hot research projects.
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Technology Review presents its fourth class of 100 remarkable innovators under 35 who are transforming technologyand the world.
Microsoft's six-year-old Beijing lab has already paid dividends in speech recognition, wireless multimedia and graphics.
Focused beams of sound could direct music or speech to a single person in a crowd. Two inventors have staked competing claims to a potential audio revolution.
A new breed of entrepreneurs is out to reinvent invention by uniting far-flung innovators and freeing them from normal corporate constraints.
A topography of nation-by-nation inventive prowess.