Monday, May 09, 2005


Chinese Businessman Acquitted of Illegal High-Technology Exports
The businessman was acquitted of illegally exporting microwave technology to China for military purposes but was found guilty of making false statements.
By LAURIE J. FLYNN

Cheating, or an Early Mingling of the Blood?
Did the genetic legacy of a"vanishing twin"cause the champion cyclist Tyler Hamilton to test positive for doping?
By GINA KOLATA

A Blog Revolution? Get a Grip
Nick Denton, publisher of Gawker Media and its growing list of popular Web logs, is one of the most watched entrepreneurs in the business.
By TOM ZELLER Jr.

I.B.M. Expected to Buy Start-Up to Advance Open-Source Strategy
The purchase of Gluecode Software, an open-source start-up, is the latest step in I.B.M.'s strategy of building a big business around open-source software.
By STEVE LOHR

A Career Spent Learning How the Mind Emerges From the Brain
Big questions about the mind are Dr. Michael Gazzaniga's stock in trade.
By CARL ZIMMER

Venture Capital Streams Into Internet Phone Company
Vonage is expected to announce that it has raised$200 million in new private investments, one of the largest single rounds of venture capital financing in the last decade.
By MATT RICHTEL

Put (Almost) Anything on a Stamp
The Postal Service will once again try letting consumers print customized stamps after an earlier trial ran into some trouble.
By BOB TEDESCHI

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