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High-tech balloons that keep floodwaters at bay
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A new generation of citizen scientists is taking discovery out of the ivory tower and onto the street
A new generation of supercomputers is allowing us to process information in ways that were once unimaginable—and which remain unpredictable
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As American companies battle for supremacy in India’s fast-food sector, Indian franchises prepare to take a bite out of the U.S. market
Detroit is in a curious predicament: It has high unemployment but also thousands of open jobs in tech and high-skilled manufacturing. The unprecedented solution that its businesses, schools and local agencies have devised could serve as a model for the nation.
Silicon Valley’s swashbuckling pioneers have given way to legions of tinkerers. One lifetime tech fanatic issues a call for a return to grand ambition.
Why men who ditch their hair are most likely to succeed
Railway technology picks up speed in Japan
Twitter revolutionized the way we communicate by allowing users to determine what it should be. But now that it’s decided to be something new—highly profitable—will twitter lose the very thing that made it special?