Some of the nation's top high-tech executives told Congress June 6 that improving research and education are the keys for driving new technology in the decades to come.

Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates told the Joint Economic Committee that putting more technology into students' hands will give them access to learning 24 hours a day and will allow teachers to customize learning for their students and improve schools. "The lifeblood of our industry is not capital equipment,

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