In an era when most technology outfits have tightened their belts to adapt to a slower-growing market, one company stands out for forging ahead on innovation: Apple Computer. Others have slashed R&D and focused on...

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The Economist claims to have been founded to take part in "a severe contest between intelligence, which presses forward, and an unworthy, timid ignorance obstructing progress". As such, each year, The Economist recognises individuals who...

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Electronic Arts and the University of Southern California today unveiled the EA Game Innovation Lab, part of the USC School of Cinema-Television. Housed in the School's Robert Zemeckis Center for Digital Arts, the Lab is...

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Instead of puddle jumping during a rainy Midwestern spring, physics researchers at Indiana's Purdue University have been doing some puddle linking -- tying together pools of a few dozen electrons sandwiched inside a semiconductor. The...

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Open-source technology will force software vendors to create better products, but will not be its downfall, according to a Novell executive. Matt Asay, Novell's director of Linux business office, said Tuesday at the...

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IBM has introduced a molecular-scale technique that the promises to simplify the chip-making process and result in more powerful microprocessors. As described by IBM, the self-assembly method is based on the tendency of certain polymer...

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Supports and recognizes customers and their inventive use of Macromedia technology Macromedia, Inc. today announced the Spring 2003 Macromedia Innovation Program, which supports, encourages, and recognizes the creators of innovative websites and...

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