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New technologies battle bootleggers’ camcorders
A new transistor design aims to smash speed records.
A new wearable computer can transform cities and buildings into soundscapes, researchers say, helping visually impaired people get around more easily.
Modeling software could lead to more efficient design of nanoparticles.
A method for searching mammogram databases that uses image entropy could lead to faster and more accurate detection of breast cancer.
The latest video game for training U.S. soldiers emphasizes social skills over combat – and even has a built-in editing function.
At RoboCup 2006, Ami and Sango, a pair of biped robots specially programmed, call the game.
A new approach teaches objects how to navigate unfamiliar territory as humans might.
Grid computing is becoming an affordable utility for everyone.
Carbon nanotubes are showing promise in flexible, low-power displays.