Fraud, gruesome propaganda, terror planning: the Net enables it all. The online industry can help fix it.
James Heath has a better way to fight cancer: tiny silicon wires that could sniff out early signs of the disease.
Machines using genetic algorithms are better than humans at designing other machines.
Aubrey de Grey thinks he knows how to defeat aging. He's brilliant, but is he nuts?
When technology appropriates the transcendental it becomes science fiction.
Anil Jain at Michigan State University seeks to improve security by integrating various types of biometrics.
Indian outsourcing giants like Infosys are spawning innovators like Ittiam.
The island nation may have found a way to calm both sides in the debate over genetically modified organisms.
The old mantra for PC chip makers -- faster is better -- is breaking down. Can platformization take its place?
My buddy Declan McCullagh is reporting that a congressional committee may recommend that a telephone tax originally intended to pay for the Spanish-American war be used to tax all data and Internet connections.From the Cnet article:"The committee, deeply involved in...