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Computing Archive

  • Testing Their Metal

    Using nanotechnology, scientists at a small Virginia start-up have created a new polymer that incorporates the best that both metal and rubber have to offer – opening the door to a more flexible future.

  • Chasing Bees, Without the Hive Mind

    Alternative reality gaming immerses players in a place somewhere between the real world and cyberspace. What they learn about communication is already translating into collaborate, problem-solving communities.

  • Wearable Computing for the Commons

    Sick of loose paper scraps and inconvenient PDAs, Thad Starner’s Context Computing Group has simple solutions with a common sense approach for wearable computers.

  • Special Report: R&D '04

    Technology Review’s annual look at corporate research trends and numbers including the R&D spending of 150 top technology companies, plus profiles of three hot research projects.

  • Screen Test

    Forget photo prints and frames. Flat-screen displays are a much better way to hang pictures on your walls.

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