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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.
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Neutron-based device could foil terrorists by sensing explosives in baggage.
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A chip that combines optics and electronics generates light 100 times more efficiently than previous devices.
Cooligy’s micromachined system chills chips, paving the way for faster, more powerful computers.