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Google's Page urges scientists to market themselves February 17, 2007 Page describes several of his areas of interest in science and technology during the hour-long talk, which was a rare engagement for the nerdy billionaire. Photo: Page on stage
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China develops its own DSP February 28, 2003 Researchers at the Shanghai Jiao Tong University independently create a digital signal processor, another milestone in the growth of the Chinese chip industry.
A real yardstick for virtual worlds? October 17, 2007 It's no easy feat tracking the social and economic data on all those furries, spacemen and Goths. Two men believe they may have an answer.
Getting a charge out of plasma TV June 18, 2007 Larry Weber has been a leading force behind the big-screen TV tech. Now he's trying to tame its power consumption.Photos: A history of plasma panels
The pit crews behind DARPA's robot race June 5, 2007 From MIT professors to high school dropouts, humans are the driving force as the urban challenge draws closer.Photos: Teams tune up for Urban Challenge
'Second Life,' after the backlash August 23, 2007 Participants in this weekend's user conference in Chicago are unfazed by negative press. They just want to go back to their virtual world tinkering.
Chasing the trail of the 'Hobbit' February 15, 2007 Dean Falk, anthropology professor at Florida State, talks about controversial research that may indicate the existence of a new species of ancient hominid.
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