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Wireless chips could soon manage a gigabit of data per second.
Durable molds could serve as a practical manufacturing tool in making nano devices.
Apple’s plan to release a software kit that lets people create legitimate add-ons for the iPhone could make the device appeal to an even wider audience.
Scientists announce the first complete draft of our closest relative’s genome.
Double the normal number of bits are crammed into each memory cell.
The hamster in this video is wearing a generator that turns mechanical energy into electrical current when the hamster runs or scratches. The two graphs on the device show current and voltage.
Lasers and a century-old dye could supplant needles and thread.