Tuesday, May 10, 2005


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

Whoops!We Seem to Have Misplaced Your Identity
Why was the Time Warner data that was stolen from a van not sent via a secure online connection instead?
By RANDALL STROSS

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

Broadcasters May Seek Congress's Help in HDTV Anti-Piracy Effort
A court ruling last Friday could give broadcasters the opportunity to make good on threats to withdraw HDTV programs from over-the-air TV unless they can be protected from piracy.
By ERIC A. TAUB

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

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

Chip Maker Develops Denser Storage Method
Matrix Semiconductor plans to announce a breakthrough in one-gigabit chips.
By JOHN MARKOFF

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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