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Buddy system

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | IBM is rolling out new computerized shopping carts that alert customers to sale items and let them scan groceries as they place them in their baskets. Known…

Clear the air

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | Major tech companies want country to switch from analog to digital television signals sooner rather than later

Chinese checkers

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | The Chinese government has implemented internet filters that discourage unwanted religious material and political dissent

Shock treatment

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | Immersion Corp. wins $90.7 million verdict against Sony

Fair for all

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | For Japan, Aichi Expo 2005 is a chance to show off the country's industrial and technological prowess

Star trek

Star trek

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | Space race heats up among millionaire entrepreneurs

Virtual history

Virtual history

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | The New York Public Library is making art accessible via the web

Tivo to go?

Tivo to go?

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | Tivo popularized digital video recording, but still struggles to make the technology into a profitable business

Step forward

Step forward

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | MIT researcher creates robot that can learn to walk

The little Apple

The little Apple

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | The Mac mini puts the Macintosh line in competition with low-end, discount PCs, a market the maker has traditionally avoided

Two for one

Two for one

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | The computer industry is quietly making a dramatic design change to the CPUs that run modern PCs

Piracy torrent

Piracy torrent

By Chris Stamper
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Technology | BitTorrent dominates the world of online file-trading and has created a flood of copyright concerns

 
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