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We round up this week’s most intriguing items from around the Web.
Scientists have turned the world’s smallest nanotubes into superconductors.
CultureWorx tracks your online moves and reinforces the ones your company likes.
Well-trained device takes small steps for an aging mankind.
Diagonal wiring promises to bring cheaper, faster and smaller chips.
Tiny viruses living off bacteria could show the way to a new class of antibiotics.
Non-intrusive load monitoring gives detailed views of where power is going, with payoffs for utilities, customers and maybe Big Brother.
Opinion: Whether kids are schooling or cooling out, everything will depend on their connections-electronic connections.