The carefully selected press clippings and resources in this section have been chosen to provide a clear sense of both the forest and the trees in the landscape of emerging technology. Included are not only information about the technologies themselves but also clues to the context within which they are developed and used. New ideas, experimental projects, challenges and trends, substantive research, views on the future, and more, are discussed in the articles here. Eight categories of curated content provide both the latest news and the most important seminal works related to the technologies that have been studied in the Horizon Project.

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The Evolution of Cell Phone Design Between 1983-2009 : ... *In this special edition of HZ News, we are celebrating the New Media Consortium's 20th ...

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New Closed-Captioning Glasses Help Deaf Go Out To The Movies: ... By the end of this month, Regal Cinemas plans to have distributed closed-captioning glasses to ...

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A First Look at the Digital Public Library of America: ... The Digital Public Library of America has launched its website that gathers together the digital ...

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More Than Just Angry Birds, Apps Can Have A Humanitarian Side Too: ... A hackathon sponsored by Microsoft at the University of Washington recently challenged female ...

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These Adorable Robots Are Making a Documentary About Humans. Really.: Alex Reben created BlabDroids for his master's thesis at MIT, which are tiny robotic cinematographers, that roam ...

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Your Phone vs. Your Heart: "Any habit molds the very structure of your brain in ways that strengthen your proclivity for that ...

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After Yahoo Acquires Summly, Is Buying Math The Next Tech Bubble?: ... This article brings up the way Yahoo bought Summly for the algorithm behind the product, not to ...

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Does computer code need a new, universal language?: ... Disappointed by the heavy reliance on English for programming, computer scientist and designer ...

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If You’re Collecting Our Data, You Ought to Protect It: ... This article describes an incident in which a laptop was stolen from the car of a NASA employee, ...

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