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Carbon nanotubes are showing promise in flexible, low-power displays.
As part of an information system, even the lowly RFID tag is vulnerable.
Sensors turn video games into a workout.
An underwater robot digs for gold.
When a company trespasses upon its customers’ privacy, it should expect outrage.
A single chip for wireless devices that’s multifunctional, more energy efficient, and space saving is in the works.
A novel lens-making technique creates an artificial insect eye, which could lead to better camera lenses.
Technology behind the Pentagon’s controversial data-mining project has been acquired by NSA, and is probably in use.
New systems fit applications, data, and even entire operating systems onto USB flash drives.
Today’s time management guru reveals how technology might help you get things done.