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Virtual world tests telepathy July 19, 2006 University of Manchester scientists believe "objective environment" will decipher a true mind reader from a faker.
Intelligence in the Internet age September 19, 2005 Philosophers, technologists and, yes, writers debate whether today's technology is making for a brainier world.
Is evolution predictable? May 19, 2006 Can two different microbes that are petri dishes apart develop the same mutant gene? Apparently so.
Smart helmet points out the potholes August 31, 2006 Ted Selker of MIT's Media Lab invents gadgets to make his life and the environment a bit smarter. Photos: Bike helmet built for road hazards
Creating power out of thin air October 26, 2007 Imagine a material that can suck in heat from the environment and power a notebook. A New Jersey company is aiming to do just that.
Serena's mashup exchange for business September 10, 2007 Software applications company launches Mashup Composer, an exchange that allows its partners to build, buy and sell business mashups.
Plastic goods for your compost heap April 24, 2007 A biotech firm and agricultural giant ADM plan to sell the biodegradable plastic for eco-conscious consumers next year.Photos: Natural plastics for eco-conscious consumers
The Internet's new Dr. Spock? August 17, 2007 MIT media scholar Henry Jenkins shares expertise on technology's effect on kids, how games are replacing TV and YouTube-style politics.
Call it the green Supreme Court April 11, 2007 Attorney Eric J. Sinrod says decision forcing the EPA to regulate emissions rests on high court's understanding of climate change.
Keeping computers in check May 26, 2006 Efficient? Yes. But computers that aid in urban planning and other large-scale systems may miss the little details, researcher warns. Images: A look at Scalable City
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