Wednesday, May 11, 2005


Remains of Failed Mars Lander May Have Been Found
Five and a half years after it descended into the Martian atmosphere and was never heard from again, the Mars Polar Lander may have been found.
By KENNETH CHANG

Rookies Can't Hit Change-Ups
Science has explained one of the frustrations of parenthood: why Johnny can't hit.
By JOHN SCHWARTZ

Taking the Heat Out of the Kitchen
Wolfgang Puck has introduced a new line of lattes that come in self-heating containers. Food that cooks itself might just be the next big thing.
By KIM SEVERSON

Your Internet Search Results, in the Round
Grokker software, which displays a Web search as a series of categories on a circular map, will now run as a Java plug-in for browsers.
By JOHN MARKOFF

A Web of Sensors, Taking Earth's Pulse
Scientists are turning 30 acres of California forest into a futuristic vision of environmental study.
By WILLIAM J. BROAD

Trading Slump Spurs Online Brokers'Merger Talk
Online brokerage firms may have no other option left but to combine.
By RIVA D. ATLAS

MCI Pays WorldCom's Back Taxes to State
MCI will pay$100 million in cash to cover back taxes that its predecessor company, WorldCom, owed to Mississippi.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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

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

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