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Computing Archive

  • Sensors Without Batteries

    In the future, the environment could be pervaded by sensors using the same power-scavenging techniques as RFID tags.

    14 comments

  • Making the Power Grid Smarter

    A project is networking home appliances and thermostats to electricity grids, decreasing utility costs and electricity loads.

    11 comments

  • Small, Cheaper Flash Memory

    Freescale Semiconductor is using nanoscale materials to halve the size of flash memory and make it much less expensive.

    6 comments

  • Hacking the Roomba

    A peek at the simple brain and sensors of the autonomous robot phenomenon.

    2 comments

  • Nanocrystal Displays

    QD Vision’s Seth Coe-Sullivan is using quantum dots to make vibrant, flexible screens.

    4 comments

  • On the Grid

    Grid computing is becoming an affordable utility for everyone.

  • Flexible Displays

    Carbon nanotubes are showing promise in flexible, low-power displays.

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