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Computing Archive

  • 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.

  • Palm's Life Line - Part 2

    Smartphones from Palm will use the Windows Mobile operating system. So is the company handing over its future to Microsoft?

  • Intel's Alternate Futures

    The chipmaker’s new CTO, Justin Rattner, talks with TR about international markets and the post-Pentium era.

  • A Helping Arm

    Robots are on the brink of revolutionizing physical therapy, where they assist, guide – and never tire out.

  • It's a Mod, Mod World

    Forget plain old podcasting. Modcasting lets listeners assemble customized podcasts, turning them into armchair producers.

  • Watching the Body

    Endoscopic HDTV gives surgeons better vision.

  • Eyes on the Prize

    If prizes like the Grand Challenge work so well at advancing technology, why not create more of them?

  • The Hundred Dollar Man

    Technology Review’s editor in chief, Jason Pontin, talks with Nicholas Negroponte about the Hundred Dollar Computer.

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