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Computing Archive

  • Pixel Perfect

    Silencing critics–but still facing competition–Microsoft receives e-book patent.

  • The Commuter Computer

    If your car is your refuge from the wired world, look out–a new field called telematics could soon put e-mail, news and MP3s in the driver’s seat with you.

  • Protein Chips

    Postage-stamp-sized chips analyze thousands of protein samples fast and cheap.

  • Battle for the Unseen Computer

    Over 99 percent of computers are inconspicuous: embedded in objects from toys to cars. Open-source software dukes it out with proprietary offerings to provide their operating system.

  • Diamond Chips

    Scientists have developed a crystalline diamond film that could produce more resilient semiconductor chips than those made from silicon.

  • Molecular Memory

    Replacing silicon with organic molecules could mean tiny supercomputers.

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