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Japanese electronics giant bets future on radical new chip
A server in your home allows easy storage, retrieval, and backup of your files-at very little cost.
Millennial Net shows how wireless sensors can enable better energy efficiency and inventory control.
The latest anti-piracy move will prevent you from making high-quality copies of broadcast TV programs. And the new “broadcast flag” technology enables all manner of other restrictions.
How radio frequency identification tags will help retailers, from supply chains to store shelves.
Willis Carrier, who invented modern air conditioning more than 100 years ago, is the father of cool.
Nanosys hopes to become the first successful nanotechnology company by blitzing the market with supercheap solar cells, faster and lighter computer displays, and supersmall lasers and sensors.
First magnetic RAM product raises hopes for “instant-on” computing
Forget the dotcom bubble, says Bill Gates-rapid progress in computing will drive far deeper changes this decade.
Look closely: President Bush’s space initiative is more about robots than astronauts.