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Computing Archive

  • Home Smart Home

    Making building-automation practical

  • Shrinking the Lab

    Labcyte makes lab equipment that dispenses liquids in nanoliters, which can save time and money.

  • Keeping Up with the Jetsons

    Chairman Bill Gates has his robo-home. Control4 sells home automation systems for the rest of us.

  • Info on the Go

    RaySat has developed a two-inch antenna that can capture Internet and TV programming in a car or other moving vehicle.

  • Quantum Calculation

    D-Wave Systems is building a ‘quantum’ computer to solve intractable real-world problems. The secret: cooling the chip to -269 C with liquid helium.

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  • Forward: Prototype

    Taking blood pressure from the inside, and more

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