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Computing Archive

  • Humanoids for the Home

    By 2010, the Japanese government hopes, full-fledged, humanoid robots will be common sights in middle-class homes.

  • ATMs Go beyond Cash

    They’re not just dumb bank terminals anymore. New machines sell movie tickets, cash checks, and add minutes to your cell-phone account.

  • Going with Plan B

    Before she set about inventing better biochips, an artist and mother of five reinvented herself.

  • The Pure Software Act of 2006

    100 years ago, Congress passed a law requiring honest labeling of food and drugs. Now the time has come to do the same for software.

  • Softer Virtual Skin

    New physics-based software renders virtual human skin more realistically than previous computer models.

  • Singapore Center Sets Ambitious Goals

    Singapore’s Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology is rapidly emerging as a world leader in nano-based biosensors and diagnostic devices.

  • Matsushita's Gamble

    Japanese electronics giant bets future on radical new chip

  • Home Is Where the Server Is

    A server in your home allows easy storage, retrieval, and backup of your files-at very little cost.

  • Demo: Sensor World

    Millennial Net shows how wireless sensors can enable better energy efficiency and inventory control.

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