January - March 2009
September - December 2008
- Making an Old Brain Young
- Browser Wars Move to the Cell Phone
- New CAFE Standards Don't Require Innovation
- E-Voting's Biggest Test
- New Tech Could Change Genetic Research
- 'Stinky' No More: First Clean Coal Plant
- Spotless Mind? Erasing Memories for Real
- High-Tech Strategies for the Energy Crisis
- Open Software Could Safeguard E-Voting
- Is Marijuana the Better Antibiotic?
- Making Money From Social Ties
- A Way to Uncover Hidden Prints
Scientists develop ways to make adult brains as facile as young ones.
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April - August 2008
- Twitter Competitor Does It With Video
- Racing to Catch Olympics Cheats
- Spit Sensor Spots Oral Cancer
- Would You Swallow a Robot?
- Researchers Find Cheap Way to Store Solar
- Will Google Buy Digg?
- Magnets May Help Beat Cancer
- Climate Solution: Make Houses Out of CO2
- Are Search Sites Over-Censoring in China?
- New Laser Zaps Away Cancer
- Need a Parking Spot? Go Online
- A Social Networking Site for Health Nuts
- Internet Calls: Who's Listening In?
- Forget Touch Screens: Just Wave Your Hand
- Can Social-Networking Sites Make Money?
"12seconds.tv" allows microbloggers to record 12-second video blogs.
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- How Programmers Plan to Soup Up Iphones
Apple gives outside developers a kit to create software for the iphone.
- Making Games Physical
- Next Generation of Sports Doping
- Mac's Leopard Is Faster, Better
- Nokia Unveils Wi-Fi Tablet Computer
- Can Batteries Save the Power Grid?
- Invisibility Cloak Coming Soon?
- Flying Car About to Take Off?
- Machine Could Weave Batteries into Uniforms
- Ear Sensor May Improve Athletic Prowess
With a new vest, players can feel the impact of video games.
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