Peer-to-peer routing technology being tested by Internet service providers could change networking.
Secure Internet-address-lookup technology readied for .net and .com domains.
Carbon dioxide captured from power plants could make geothermal energy more practical.
Cryptography solutions are far-off, but much can be done in the near term, says Whitfield Diffie.
Electronics that break down in the body could be useful in temporary medical implants and drug delivery.
Smaller devices can help stroke patients regain function.
Experts at Defrag believe e-mail can benefit from lessons learned on the social Web.
Researchers are working on ways to make encrypted data easier to find.
A superstation for connecting three independent grids could help solar and wind power.