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Take a tour through a magnetic random-access memory cell.
Computers will really understand what you say when they know how you feel when you say it.
For years we’ve tolerated buggy, bloated, badly organized computer programs. But soon, we’ll innovate, litigate and regulate them into reliability.
Isolating bits on a disk drive could shatter storage limits.
Boeing’s “electronic flight bag” brings more computation to the skies.
The battlefield is small but the stakes are big, as computer giants chase a revolutionary nano-storage technology.
Coming soon: nanoelectronics for infotech and medicine.
Computing power will fade into the woodwork.
Innovators sell customers on keeping up with the Joneses–or the Gateses.
Pathogen-specific sugars may be the key to diagnosing disease.