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Computing Archive

  • On the Grid

    Grid computing is becoming an affordable utility for everyone.

  • Flexible Displays

    Carbon nanotubes are showing promise in flexible, low-power displays.

  • Human Joystick

    Sensors turn video games into a workout.

  • Making Quantum Practical

    Researchers have succeeded in combining quantum signals with classical optical signals in a conventional fiber-optic line.

  • Finding Land Mines Faster

    Andrew Heafitz, an MIT instructor, is working to improve the field of humanitarian demining.

  • Robots as First Responders

    Rescue robots can help in incidents like last week’s Sago Mine disaster in West Virginia, says roboticist William “Red” Whittaker.

  • Nano Building Made Easy

    A surprising array of nano structures can be formed by a new general self-assembly method.

  • 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.

  • Making Multicore Fly

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

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