Saturday, May 07, 2005


Antipiracy Rule for Broadcasts Is Struck Down
The rule required computer and television makers to use new technology to limit copies and distribution of digital programs.
By STEPHEN LABATON

Taxis to Go High Tech With Credit Cards and Commercials
Riders will have to wait longer until they can use credit cards in all New York City taxicabs, and they may have to endure commercials in the back seat.
By SEWELL CHAN

Off the Couch, Deeper Into the Psyche
Reviews of three new adventure games: Psychonauts, White Chamber and Still Life.
By CHARLES HEROLD

Earth Has Become Brighter, but No One Is Sure Why
The brightening could partly explain the record-high global temperatures reported in the late 1990's, and it could accelerate the planet's warming trend.
By KENNETH CHANG

Programs That Start When XP Does
My Windows XP machine takes forever to start up. How can I tell what programs are loading during the start-up process?
By J.D. BIERSDORFER

A New Photoshop Makes Retouching Reality (Somewhat) Easier
Adobe Photoshop, the world's most popular photo-editing software, has added some new features. What could it possibly have been lacking?
By DAVID POGUE

Internet Phones Arrive at Home (and Some Need No Computer)
For those with high-speed online connections, Internet calling and videoconferencing are finally taking off. So is the selection of tools.
By DANIEL TERDIMAN

In Kansas, Darwinism Goes on Trial Once More
Kansas is poised to push through new science standards this summer requiring that Darwin's theory be challenged in the classroom.
By JODI WILGOREN

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