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Driving into the H2 age
It is touted as the stone that could kill two birds. Hydrogen gas, if tapped as an energy source, could help address the earth’s depleting fossil fuel reserves as well as the accumulation of heat-trapping gases — such as carbon dioxide –– in the atmosphere, thereby offering a much-needed soluti...  | Read.. 
Bill Gateses of cyber crime
Cyber crime pays. But selling counterfeit drugs apparently pays better. Some of the world’s most prolific spammers used to tout products for a fe ...  | Read.. 
Healing the world
If ever there was a successful international agreement, it was the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer. This was signed in th ...  | Read.. 
Walking in style
Watch your gait, it may give you away. Iris scans and good old fingerprinting may still be the most effective means of tracking down a suspect, but if ...  | Read.. 
Driving into the H2 age
PCs for students
The new academic year has just begun in universities, and students everywhere are on the lookout for computers. Of course, they want it to be cheap and hardy. It should last them three years or more. ...  | Read.. 
The DISK people
The Chinese are being coerced into the single child norm, of course, amid protests and punishments. The Indian government, too, has changed its slogan ...  | Read.. 
Why Corner
Why do some people sleepwalk?