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BEAR robot roars to the rescue

The Army-funded humanoid can locate victims in a mine shaft, battlefield, toxic spill, or quake-damaged structure and carry them over long distances to safety.

By August 22, 2009


Tech lobbyists: Spend $30 billion in tax dollars, get a million jobs

A new report by the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation suggests spending $30 billion on IT infrastructure would create or save 949,000 U.S. jobs.

By January 7, 2009


Study shows U.S. broadband speeds continue to lag

A large labor union has published a study showing that broadband speeds haven't changed much in the past year, with the U.S. still behind other countries.

By August 13, 2008


McNealy on message

Despite Sun's continued troubles, CEO Scott McNealy says the company is well positioned for the "participation age."

By June 24, 2005


Internet2: 2004 and beyond

Experimental network excels at long-distance collaboration; researchers hope to up ante with hybrid optical packet infrastructure.

By August 24, 2004


Disconnects on Wi-Fi and cell phones

He helped usher in a communications transformation by inventing the cell phone, but now Martin Cooper says that cellular carriers are making big mistakes in releasing Wi-Fi and other advanced data services across the nation.

By April 7, 2003


Asia-Pacific Net, PC use low

President Clinton and Intel chief Andy Grove address e-commerce and high-tech sales in the Asia-Pacific region at a Silicon Valley conference.

November 20, 1997


New Net may not get '98 funding

Despite the White House's wishes and academia's needs for a better Net, Congress probably won't allot $100 million to the Next Generation Internet initiative for 1998.

September 10, 1997