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  • CES: Beamed from the phone to the TV screen

     
    "Pico" projectors, tiny but gloriously high-resolution projectors based on a Texas Instruments DLP chipset, are shifting from novelty status in 2009 to wider availability this year. According to the RegHardware blog, TI showed off 12 mobile phones,...
  • Sierra Leone's crises have global reach

    Sierra Leone's crises have global reach
    When the power went out that night, Dr. Ibrahim Thorlie was operating on his fifth patient of the day in a maternity hospital with a shortage of antibiotics and running water. His colleague was doing an emergency caesarean in the next room. In the...
  • Cyber Deputy Dianne with Texas Instruments

    Cyber Deputy Dianne with Texas Instruments and their micro mirror chip the size of a pez candy piece that powers all of their devices.
  • Paschal High School teacher named Class Act

    Paschal High School teacher named Class Act
    Linda Antinone has spent the last 25 years teaching a tough subject: physics. "I think it is really important to show students how math is really not that intimidating," says Antinone. The Ohio native is the chair of the Math Department at RL Paschal...
  • Hidden treasures at WGN's TV studios?

    Hidden treasures at WGN's TV studios?
    A major renovation project is underway here at the WGN-TV studios near Addison and Western. We're updating and welcoming our cable station CLTV. WGN-TV's Steve Sanders shows us what was discovered when construction crews opened up an old wall. One...
  • Ford Recalls an Additional 4.5 Million Vehicles

    Ford Recalls an Additional 4.5 Million Vehicles
    Ford Motor Co. says it will add 4.5 million older-model vehicles to the list of those recalled because a defective cruise control switch could cause a fire. Ford says 1.1 million Ford Windstar minivans will be recalled for repairs due to a small risk...
  • Irma Rangel teacher named Class Act

    Irma Rangel teacher named Class Act
    Kimberly Ferguson says her job is much more than teaching. Ferguson says her career gives her a chance to mold the leaders of tomorrow. "It's very important for me to see girls in the science field." Ferguson teaches AP Science courses at the Irma Rangel...
  • Hacking It

    Avi Rubin is known for annoying large companies and important people. Two years ago, the Johns Hopkins University professor first alerted the country to troubling vulnerabilities in electronic voting, much to the consternation of election officials and...
  • From Indiana to India: Why 1 firm leapt

    From Indiana to India: Why 1 firm leapt
    When Cummins Inc., the diesel enginemaker based in Columbus, Ind., opened a product research center here recently, a Hindu priest set up a small shrine next to a new office cubicle and led employees in prayer. He lit sticks of incense and dipped...
  • NASA scientist makes a living solving problems with lasers

    Once again, a wedding ring is one of the most dangerous things in Norman Barnes' line of work. Barnes is senior research scientist for the Laser Systems Branch at the NASA Langley Research Center and a recognized leader in the field of optics. He's...
  • New Opportunities, New Struggles

    Before dawn one damp October morning three years ago, Leonardo and Vicente Diaz descended a muddy slope deep in Mexico's southeastern rain forest, hopped into a canoe and crossed the big river the Aztecs called "place of monkeys." The North American Free...