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Magazine articles on future trends in science.
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January 1, 2003
Julie Hanson
All Inside the Family The members of the Jacobs family don't consider themselves unusual. That changed last May when they became the first family to all have the grain-size VeriChip implanted in their right arm. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
January 1, 2003
Susannah Patton
Bye-Bye Batteries Imagine chatting on your cell phone for months at a time without recharging it. Or taking a laptop on a weeklong business trip without a battery or power cord. That's the goal of scientists around the world working to perfect tiny fuel cells using microtechnology engineering. mark for My Articles 888 similar articles
January 1, 2003
Scott Berinato
Big Brother IT Right now, to the concern of some and the delight of others, formerly niche monitoring and tracking technology applications are being repurposed for more general, widespread use. Here are three you will encounter in 2003. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
January 1, 2003
Meridith Levinson
Smart Appliances, Really Slow Networks Even in Playa Vista, the futuristic community in Los Angeles's Westside due to open April 2003, Internet-enabled smart kitchen appliances are having a hard time finding a home. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
Technology Research News
December 11, 2002
Kimberly Patch
Material soaks up the sun The semiconductor indium nitride got a raw deal a few decades back when it was misclassified as a mediocre photovoltaic. It turns out the stuff could be a champ at changing sunlight into electricity. If all goes according to plan, indium nitride will make for more efficient solar cells. mark for My Articles 383 similar articles
New Architect
January 2003
Lincoln D. Stein
Get Real Internet-enabled gaming shows how virtual reality is about to take off mark for My Articles 27 similar articles
Home Toys
December 2002
Colin Angle
Roomba the Robot Sweeps Up According to the manufacturer, the Roomba robot makes it fun and easy to maintain cleaner floors. With the push of a button it automatically sweeps and vacuums just about any room in the house. mark for My Articles 122 similar articles
Knowledge@Wharton The New Age of Service Robots: From Fighting Fires to Serving Beer R2-D2 and Rosie the robot maid may be coming soon to a home, or nursing home, near you. Thanks to advances in computing and navigation technology, robots -- including sophisticated robot toys and appliances -- are now being developed to serve people directly. mark for My Articles 474 similar articles
December 1, 2002
Jill Jusko
The Robot Evolution MIT's Rodney A. Brooks is among researchers leading the charge to develop a smarter and more useful artificial creature. mark for My Articles 343 similar articles
New Architect
December 2002
Bret A. Fausett
Your Money or Your Life? With the advent of digital IDs, crooks will have a choice. mark for My Articles 137 similar articles
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