Technology Review

March 19, 2003, 1pm PST
Say goodbye to unmonitored public spaces. The average person is filmed by more than 300 cameras each day.
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March 19, 2003, 5am PST
New technologies attempt to predict congestion and help drivers steer clear.
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January 10, 2003, 11am PST
The latest online technology games are attempting to create multi-player online cities.
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October 18, 2002, 8am PDT
Technology to make SUVs more fuel-efficient exists. So what's holding back the auto industry?
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June 25, 2002, 2pm PDT
Researchers at MIT's Media Lab are developing a "programmable building" that can be controlled using a Web interface and will be more efficient and flexible.
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June 21, 2002, 5am PDT
By 2100, there will be 10 billion people on Earth. The only way we will live comfortably is with energy-saving technology.
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May 30, 2002, 7am PDT
Increasingly, the art and science of moving people is relying on technology. Advances in transporation are now all about technology innovation.
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May 9, 2002, 11am PDT
Virtual reality is still more virtual than real, but new technologies may soon change that.
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January 17, 2002, 5am PST
New advances in "pebble bed" reactors - being tested in South Africa -- may revive the use of nuclear power as a viable alternative.
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October 16, 2001, 1pm PDT
High-speed trains, already popular in Europe and Japan, are being considered in the U.S.
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October 11, 2001, 12pm PDT
Magnetically levitated trains (Maglev) are more energy-efficient and quieter than traditional trains.
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September 28, 2001, 11am PDT
MIT faculty agree that the terrorists understood the structural weekness of the WTC buildings and exploited it.
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September 26, 2001, 10am PDT
A much more accurate global positioning system, or GPS, is being tested that could change how planes and autos are tracked.
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September 7, 2001, 6am PDT
Plastic, carbon and glass are replacing steel in bridges. Are these the building materials of the future?
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