From the editor in chief
Fiber optics has helped push the telecommunications system into hyperdrive. But only when fiber connections reach all the way into the home will the technology's promise be fully realized.
Bob Swanson, the founder of Genentech, embodied virtues that today's venture capitalists are badly in need of.
After a decade of disappointment and a teenager's death, this experimental treatment faces a crucial test. Can it cure hemophilia?
Are you ready to send and receive ten times as much e-mail as you do today? Probably not. We all need to adopt e-mail survival strategies: birth control and euthanasia.
The father of the MPEG says a wired world needs a way to acquire-and pay for-content online.
When two emerging technologies meet, paralyzed people can move their limbs - just by thinking about it.