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Bringing vision to the nearly blind June 5, 2006 MIT fellow Elizabeth Goldring works with scientists and produces art to help the nearly blind see more than light and shadows. Images: Visuals for the nearly blind
Miyamoto: Game success takes 'balance' and 'risk' March 8, 2007 Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto, developer of games like Donkey Kong, offers conference-goers a vision for reaching broad audiences.Video: Mario master reveals secrets to successPhotos: A packed hall f...
IRS trudges on with aging computers April 12, 2007 More than 20 years after its first attempt at a massive upgrade of 1960s-era mainframes, the IRS still isn't sure when the project will be finished.
BT invents semantic television December 13, 2006 TV show story line determined by viewers as program airs, taking interactive TV to new level, says U.K. communications giant.
My life with Scooba October 31, 2006 CNET News.com reporter Michael Kanellos lets the floor-scrubbing robot loose in his house--and gets clean linoleum and lots of laughs.Photos: At home with Scooba
Metaphors for the modern world February 13, 2008 The rarefied world of achievement is awash in metaphors, so News.com's Michael Kanellos lists some that can be applied to the heroes, villains, and principles of ordinary life.
Intel's Live Large vision for mobile phones April 2, 2008 The Carry Small Live Large plan focuses on sensors and is one of the company's "four or five big bets" for upcoming tech trends.
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Microsoft's Mundie looks beyond Gates May 17, 2007 Craig Mundie, Microsoft's chief research and strategy officer, offers insights into where the company is placing its bets in the post-Gates era.
Gates: Wouldn't change a thing June 16, 2006 The Microsoft chairman and founder looks forward to spending more time helping those who could most benefit from his time and assistance.
HP spends big to expand e-commerce software October 25, 2000 Hewlett-Packard buys Bluestone Software for an estimated $470 million, as the computing giant continues to make inroads into the exploding e-business software market.
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