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A look at the future of transportation, higher education, health care and public safety.
Though the future of health care is cloudy given the many changes that will take place over the next several years, it's clear that technology will play a vital role in making the system more sustainable.
In the future, behavioral data and clues from virtual interactions may help cops stop bad guys before they've even drawn up a plan -- like the 2002 blockbuster Minority Report.
Experts make predictions on next-generation transportation infrastructure.
Raleigh, N.C., prepares for the future with broadband push and digital inclusion efforts.
As founder and president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, Atkinson says a barrier to innovation in government is a lack of competition.
Planning is key, but so is flexibility.
Japan cracks down on illegal music downloads.
Lightweight yet sturdy notebook PC resists dust, bumps and spills.