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Shrinking computer chips have propelled the information revolution. But chip makers are approaching unknown territory.
Researchers are building devices one molecule at a time. TR sorts the possible form the preposterous.
In the Alice-in-Wonderland world of the Web, things keep getting curiouser and curiouser. Before you drink that “Drink Me” hear two Berkeley economists
An exclusive peek inside the data machine built to beat the Human Genome Project.
What’s that, you ask? A new technology that’s opening vast realms of capacity in the fibers that carry phone and Internet traffic all over the world. None too soon, either.
High-resolution satellite images are about to flood the marketplace. They could be good for business, but what will they do for terrorists?
The FBI has struggled for decades to automate its vast and cumbersome collection of fingerprints. A new system is set to come online in July…but it could be obsolete even before it’s introduced.
They used to call him crazy. Now they call him smart. Chemical engineer Robert Langer crafts cures from plastic.
They convened in the mountains, formed a new society, and signed their declaration. Meet the folks who want us to go to Mars.
Could an insurgent band of programmers, motivated not by profit but by the ideal of “free software,” undermine Microsoft’s control of the computer desktop?