Creating an excuse for the consumer to buy something "new."
As lawsuits increase, the mobile phone industry still won't admit its most important needmore research.
Do grants of rights to "print, publish, and sell" a literary work "in book form" cover the new digital medium?
Where is the best IS research published?
A look back from the future will marvel at the numbers and variety of communicating, interacting devices and services instantly available anywhere, anytime an IP node is near.
Inspired by terrestrial packet switching, NASA is standardizing the protocols needed for intelligent communication with and among spacecraft scattered around the solar system, as well as with robots sent to explore other planets …
The Internet's ultimate utility depends on our ability and willingness to make the network at least as pervasive, convenient, and invisible as electricity is today.
Build, share, and use the Internet to avoid the risk of your language, history, customs, literature, and laws being left out and forgotten.
Web site growth and popularity actually follow rules that can be explained mathematically and are useful for predicting the Web's future behavior.
Despite its performance benefits, long history of development, and well-heeled advocates, IPv6 may never replace IPv4.
To protect your firm's valuable business data from competitors, sometimes it's best to think like competitors and take a walk in their shoes.
Your complete medical history and vital medical records stored on a device the size and shape of a credit card. The technology's been around for awhile, but its portability involves more than size.
Examining the benefits and pitfalls of a distributed collection of medical records.
Effective administration of a medical database requires balancing technical and nontechnical managerial challenges.
Studying the design and development that produces stable (or unstable) software.