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Computing Archive

  • More-Reliable Power Grids

    Combining nanotechnology with wireless sensor networks could provide a cost-effective solution to widespread power failures.


  • Nanotube Computing Breakthrough

    A method for sorting nanotubes by electronic properties could help make widespread nanotube-based electronics a reality.


  • Motorola's Dumb Phone

    A new mobile phone that’s rather simple bucks the trend toward more complicated, power-hungry devices.


  • Ultra-Colorful TV

    Will lasers provide a cheaper alternative to large projection and plasma displays?


  • Transforming Clothes

    Computerized motors pulled the strings at a recent Paris fashion show, dramatically altering dresses on the runway.


  • Shape-Shifting Rovers

    A new generation of robots will be able to take more risks exploring other worlds by changing their shape to suit the terrain.


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