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Computing Archive

  • Most Important Infotech Stories of '05

    From silicon photonics to social computing, Technology Review picks five of this year’s most significant advances in information technology.

  • The Neatest Nanotech of 2005

    Technology Review picks five important advances in nanotechnology and materials science in 2005 – and one policy issue that could decide the future of the entire field.

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  • Quantum Hardware

    An innovative “ion trap” on a semiconductor chip could lay the foundation for mass production of quantum chips.

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  • Making Multicore Fly

    Before multiple-core processors can help PCs soar, the industry must solve some tricky software and hardware challenges.

  • Multicore Mania

    Faster, cooler-running consumer PCs are coming. The key: two, four, eight, or even a hundred CPUs on a single microprocessor.

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  • Intel Inside Living Rooms

    The “Viiv” PC is Intel’s bid to put itself at the center of the home digital entertainment industry.

    3 comments

  • Faster Plastic Circuits

    A new way to create high-quality silicon components on plastic could make flexible computing practical.

    2 comments

  • Flashless Photography

    A new sensor lets photographers take pictures with one-quarter as much natural light.

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