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Computing Archive

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    New sensors and software are giving robots a better sense of their “bodies.”

  • Saved!

    There are plenty of ways to back up your data. So no more excuses.

  • Power on a Chip

    Batteries are heavy and inconvenient. Their successors could be tiny jet engines that provide more than enough power for cell phones and PDAs.


  • The Other Exponentials

    Moore’s Law isn’t alone. Many technologies now improve so quickly it boggles the mind.

  • iPod

    How Apple’s iPod stores and delivers digital music.

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  • TR 100 Nanotech

    Tools and materials from the nano world are making headway in electronics, sensors, medical devices, and diagnostics


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