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Computing Archive

  • Nanotech

    New materials engineered on the nanometer scale will lead to commercial products for electronics, energy, and medicine in three to five years.

  • Computing

    The interplay of biology and information technology is transforming how and why computing is done.

  • Prototype

    Straight from the lab: technology’s first draft

  • Building a Safer Driver

    Technologies that watch for veering, tailgating, and dozing are nearing showrooms.

  • RoboTriumvirate

    A robotic vacuum cleaner is putting iRobot and its three founders on the map.

  • Campaigning for Computerized Voting

    Despite staunch opposition from the computer science community, ATM-style electronic voting may offer the best hope for escaping the mess inflicted by paper-based balloting systems.

  • Boeing's Flight for Survival

    The 7E7 could set new efficiency standards, thanks to lightweight materials, smarter sensors, and a streamlined design process. But can it pull Boeing out of a market nosedive and revitalize struggling airlines?

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