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Project Oxygen is turning out prototype computer systems
An unobtrusive, brick-sized box analyzes the footstep patterns of the elderly to detect when they have fallen and to give early warning of certain diseases.
3M is developing nonsilicon radio-frequency identification chips that could be cheaply integrated into shampoo bottles, soup cans, and other products.
Who needs spiders? An arachnoid-mimicking device turns out strong, light, flexible fibers.
…and other key developments in the technology and business of the ultra-tiny.
Japanese mobile-phone giant NTT DoCoMo is replacing house keys, credit cards, and train passes with a phone that does it all.
Determina’s software provides maintenance-free protection against computer worms.
Gadgets that let you control computers with a wave or a nod could offer an escape from keyboards and mice.
A new generation of micromachines could transform everything from eye surgery to cell-phone reception.
Researchers in Sweden have smashed through previous Internet speed records, sending 840 gigabytes (the equivalent of about 200 DVD movies) in less than 30 minutes.