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South Korea’s Samsung leads the race to perfect flat-panel TVs built with carbon nanotubes. Will they be nanotech’s first commercial hit?
New sensors and software are giving robots a better sense of their “bodies.”
There are plenty of ways to back up your data. So no more excuses.
Batteries are heavy and inconvenient. Their successors could be tiny jet engines that provide more than enough power for cell phones and PDAs.
Moore’s Law isn’t alone. Many technologies now improve so quickly it boggles the mind.
Hackers wouldn’t bother writing malicious code to infect the Macintosh unless those computers actually mattered.
Use of a peer-to-peer program called BitTorrent is way up–and that could be bad news for opponents of file sharing.