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Computing Archive

  • MEMS Blow past Air Bags

    A new generation of micromachines could transform everything from eye surgery to cell-phone reception.

  • Infotech Briefs

    Researchers in Sweden have smashed through previous Internet speed records, sending 840 gigabytes (the equivalent of about 200 DVD movies) in less than 30 minutes.

  • Tracking Privacy

    Procter and Gamble’s Sandra R. Hughes on whether radio identification tags are a threat to privacy.

  • The Tablet PC Nonrevolution

    Tablet PCs are convenient and cleverly designed, but there’s no need to trash your old laptop just yet.

  • Demo: Wearable Robots

    Robotics inventor Stephen Jacobsen demonstrates an exoskeleton that provides superhuman strength.

  • Memo to Steve Jobs: Give iPod Color!

    The sleek iPod is cruising along as the leading digital music player. But it’s not going to stay that way unless Apple spiffs up the device with a better display.

  • The 64-Bit Question

    When computers improved from 16 bits to 32, they became vastly more powerful and useful. But the advance to 64 bits may prove beneficial more to computer marketers than to users.

  • Wicked Innovation

    We can lament the mischief of hackers, thieves, and tricksters-or we can learn lessons in innovation from them.

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