Scientist’s game helps map the brain
MIT professor Sebastian Seung and his team launched EyeWire, an online game that invites volunteer “scientists” to build 3-D maps of the cell networks that are crucial for vision.
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TiVo Premiere isn’t the ultimate, but it’s in the running
The impressive set-top box delivers cable, Internet entertainment, and more in one package.
Software company wants all workers to know code
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Samsung serves up a worthy iPhone rival
The Galaxy S III is the best-selling smartphone in the world right now, and that’s no surprise. It’s a sleek, gorgeous little powerhouse.
When computers listen to music, what do they hear?
A new generation of scholars is turning music into data - and uncovering truths beyond human ears.
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Google Nexus tablet shakes up the market and comes out on top
Google’s 7-inch Nexus tablet is built to dominate, and it’s set to shake up a tablet market that had become calcified around Apple’s popular iPad.
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Satellite radio lets you text from the wilderness
Maine-based mapping company DeLorme offers the inReach, which keeps users connected via satellite.
Raytheon marks 90 years, with challenges ahead
To survive the coming era of big cuts in military spending, the Waltham defense contractor will have to rely on its legacy of innovation.
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Eyeglass-embeded computers coming soon, Google says
Google will sell eyeglass computers to consumers by 2014 after incorporating feedback from developers.
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