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Top thinkers debate future of tech

A few surprises get revealed at the Future in Review conference, where visionaries discuss the next big things in many fields.

At the Future in Review conference, visionaries in many fields come together to discuss the next big things in tech, outsourcing, space travel and more. A few surprises get revealed in the process.

Smokeless rockets launching soon?

A propulsion system that emits nothing but heat could revolutionize the space and transportation industries.
Photo: Professor moves rockets closer to warp speed
May 17, 2006

Space--the new summer vacation?

Companies are lining up to provide space vacations or out-of-this-world taxi services.
Video: SpaceX aims for the skies
May 16, 2006

blog The next tech boom may involve using IT to develop clean sources of energy, according to Goldman Sachs' Bob Hormats.
May 16, 2006

Dell shows off new notebook

Michael Dell shows up at the Future in Review conference toting a Latitude D420 laptop that has yet to be announced.
May 15, 2006

Symantec CEO advocates fair play and Macs

John Thompson thinks more folks should buy from Apple, worries Microsoft won't give him a fair fight in security.
May 15, 2006

Wipro chief sees rise in Indian R&D

Not content with providing low-level software and business services, outsourcing giants want to increase R&D.
May 15, 2006

blog Over the next few years, iRobot's primary customers could include the U.S. military and nursing homes.
May 15, 2006

Tech luminaries to 'review' the future

Execs will share visions for the next best thing in tech at the Future in Review conference in San Diego this week.
May 15, 2006