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New materials engineered on the nanometer scale will lead to commercial products for electronics, energy, and medicine in three to five years.
The interplay of biology and information technology is transforming how and why computing is done.
Straight from the lab: technology’s first draft
Technologies that watch for veering, tailgating, and dozing are nearing showrooms.
A robotic vacuum cleaner is putting iRobot and its three founders on the map.
The king of online Computer sales is eyeing new markets in home entertainment.
We’re nowhere near ready to hand over the core of our democratic process-voting-to electronic systems.
Hybrid devices that are part machine, part living cells, offer new hope to patients for whom purely artificial treatments like dialysis aren’t good enough.
Despite staunch opposition from the computer science community, ATM-style electronic voting may offer the best hope for escaping the mess inflicted by paper-based balloting systems.
Hewlett-Packard is betting that it can build computers whose functionality rests on the workings of individual molecules. It’s blue-sky research, but if it works, it will push computing far beyond the limits of silicon.