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Computing Archive

  • Cheap Chemical Sensors

    Electronic “noses” made from printed electronics could detect toxic chemicals inexpensively.


  • It's a Mod, Mod World

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

  • Storage Grows in a Flash

    The four-gigabyte Flash storage card in Apple’s iPod nano was obsolete before it hit store shelves.


  • Exercising the Brain

    Innovative training software could turn back the clock on aging brains.


  • Spying on Spyware

    Analysts say spyware writers are gaining the upper hand over computer security experts.


  • Game Away the Day

    New research suggests that people who play video games to excess exhibit traits similar to those of drug users.


  • Robots Expose Snipers

    A system based on human hearing can reveal the location of hidden gunmen in urban-warfare situations.


  • Watching the Body

    Endoscopic HDTV gives surgeons better vision.

  • To Beta or Not to Beta

    While many startups still operate in “stealth” mode, a growing number instead bring out public “beta” versions of their software.

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