Mitch Kapor's new, more intuitive computer interface puts all the information we need to manage our digital lives at our fingertips, no matter what form it's in.
MIT professor Karen Gleason can waterproof just about anything by coating it with an ultrathin layer of Teflon.
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Surfing the Web via chips implanted in your brain isn't as far-fetched as you might think.
As scientific consultant for The Hulk, John Underkoffler developed a plausible explanation for the comic-strip character's researcher-to-green-creature transformation.
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Machines that create products directly from digital files can save hours of painstaking human labor, compress production schedules, and eliminate costly overstock.
Wired News reports that the source code to the Sequoia Voting Systems electronic voting machine was found on an FTP server operated by Jaguar Computer Systems. This happened to Diebold Election Systems' AccuVote-TS software earlier this year. But whereas the...
Technology's role in selecting public officials needn't be limited to the voting machines. But would you let a software agent tell you who to vote for?