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Computing Archive

  • Nano-Hype

    Just as chip manufacturers reach the limits of silicon’s abilities, nanotechnology will save the day with self-assembling “molecular computers.” Sound too good to be true? It is.

  • Has Holography Died Aborning?

    This near-magical laser technology has become trinketware, and only one artist has really exploited its potential.

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  • California Dreamin' Sony Style

    Leading Japan’s best-known consumer electronics company into the new world of “convergence” is a very small, very un-Japanese research lab based on an illustrious model: Xerox PARC.

  • Sorting Out Life

    Rubber chip promises a cheap way to segregate cells.

  • The Intel Octopus

    Intel is pouring billions into smaller companies to gain access to markets, expertise and hot technologies. Is the computing giant sponsoring innovation or is it growing tentacles that will crush competition?

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