Mobile-phone service companies are upgrading their networks, hoping to lure new customers -- and compete with Wi-Max.
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Circuits that integrate electronic and optical components might help spread the fiber revolution.
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Bioengineer Tim Gardner says synthetic biology could create bacteria that produce electricity from waste more efficiently.
How "net neutrality" might change if phone and cable companies are allowed to create "fast lanes" for big customers.
An advance in triggering individual retinal cells could one day lead to implanted artificial retinas for treating blindness.
This novel process might lead to purer silicon -- and faster chips.
Neurotechnology expert Zack Lynch explains the new field and tells us what the future holds for treating brain disorders.