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The U.S. Army wants self-healing, corrosion-resistant polymers to camouflage tanks. Researchers think nanotubes will help them get there.
U.S. astronomers are gathering terabytes of data into a worldwide “virtual observatory” that will be accessible to scientists and laymen alike.
The Florida election controversy exposed a need for better voting technology. But one year later, researchers say the Internet ain’t it.
Today silicon is king. But if computers are going to keep up with Moore’s law, they’ll need something better.
Lithium polymer batteries eventually may squeeze into any shape and go anywhere.
Faster and cheaper flash memory will empower tomorrow’s grabbiest gadgets.
Diagonal wiring promises to bring cheaper, faster and smaller chips.
Vendors regroup after the debacle of first-generation home networks.
Vendors orchestrate thousands of PCs to tackle truly tough problems.
As software giants battle for e-book dominance, limits on standards and hardware still slow adoption.