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Chips based on magnetic nanoparticles could mean low-power, programmable logic.
Talk on the Internet of a “Google PC” has proved false, so far. We look at how the rumors got started – and whether they may contain a shred of truth.
Most commercial language translation software is pretty bad – but there may be a better way.
What’s the buzz about Microsoft’s next OS?
The new Intel-powered Macs are part of a larger Apple strategy. Steve Jobs wants you to “think different” about your home, entertainment, and PC.
Rescue robots can help in incidents like last week’s Sago Mine disaster in West Virginia, says roboticist William “Red” Whittaker.
An up-close-and-personal view from inside last week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The rumored “Google PC” announcement has not materialized, but the time for a networked computer with an alternative operating system is right. Here’s why.
A surprising array of nano structures can be formed by a new general self-assembly method.
A look at the speculation running up to next week’s Macworld Expo – where CEO Steve Jobs usually has a few surprises up his sleeve.