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Researchers are harnessing solar energy to convert carbon dioxide into carbon monoxide, which can be used to make fuels.
Writing code for the latest multicore chips is notoriously tricky, but a new language could make it simpler, and make computers more efficient in the process.
A boost in storage density could keep tapes spinning for years.
The trick could reduce the carbon emissions and energy usage associated with recycling paper.
A plan to bounce signals off the ceilings inside data centers could solve a major performance bottleneck.
A new carbon-capture method will be tested at a German coal plant.
A technology developed by IBM to cool computer chips could be a boon for solar energy.
Routing traffic through peer-to-peer networks could stave off Internet congestion, according to a new study.
New chips use chaos to produce potentially faster, more robust computing.
Researchers combine a Kinect sensor with a pico projector to expand the possibilities for interactive screens.