Internet Collapses and Other InfoWorld Punditry
The Mac's new OS X erodes the familiar user interface metaphor as Web browsers and the command line assert their influence.
From the editor in chief
Telling a good story has become essential to today's biotechnology enterprise. But truth still matters.
Tired of waiting for an electric car? Automakers have put clean, efficient vehicles powered by fuel cells on the inside track.
Their bedside manner is a tad impersonal. But the computer-assisted robotic systems finding their way into today's operating room may someday save your life.
Becoming interconnected is no excuse for surrendering to the fallacious notion that our information work must be shared for free.
Researchers from Bell Labs are taking company ideas and using them to start new businesses, some of which could threaten Lucent's established product lines. So what's the company doing about it? Supporting them every step of the way.
A handful of hot startups are exploiting nature's own methods - vastly accelerated - in order to breed better detergents, drugs and crops.
Photonics: Could a "perfect mirror" replace fiber optics?