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Computing Archive

  • Sensor Networks For Dummies

    A new Sun initiative aims to make the programming of sensor networks easy – ushering in an era of widespread adoption.

    3 comments

  • Do-It-Yourself Nanotech

    A simple new method could allow students to build complex molecule-scale structures – and lead to advanced nanoelectronics.

    1 comment

  • Beyond Silicon

    Intel is exploring different materials for computer chips.

    2 comments

  • Mini-Robots for Nano Construction

    Tiny robots can operate on single cells and assemble microelectronics – and could lead to cheap nanoscale manufacturing.

    3 comments

  • Flexible CRT Displays

    A new method of patterning nanotubes could lead to flexible, flat-screen displays with many of the advantages of bulky CRTs.

    15 comments

  • Cinegames

    Microsoft’s new Xbox changes the state of play.

    5 comments

  • Xbox U

    Video games are now used in many college courses – from computer science to cultural studies.

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