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What will IBM’s new hardware-based security technology be used for?
Research sponsored by the Dept. of Homeland Security could help firms like Symantec protect consumers from online fraud.
Computers that use flash chips instead of a magnetic hard disk for memory are coming.
Researchers have succeeded in combining quantum signals with classical optical signals in a conventional fiber-optic line.
A novel technique could expand the reach of telecommunications technology.
Upcoming decisions by the Wi-Fi Alliance could make securing a wireless home network easier.
A new way to integrate electronics into fiber-optic cables promises faster and cheaper communication.
A new Sun initiative aims to make the programming of sensor networks easy – ushering in an era of widespread adoption.
A simple new method could allow students to build complex molecule-scale structures – and lead to advanced nanoelectronics.
Intel is exploring different materials for computer chips.