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New browser technologies may reduce the need for Adobe’s ubiquitous plug-in.
Online desktop systems could bridge the digital divide.
Chips that use graphite show promise for storing more bits than flash memory.
HP plans new nonvolatile memory for 2013.
Browser-based technologies aim to make it easier to view documents online.
Researchers led by Stuart Parkin are developing a new type of memory chip that combines the benefits of magnetic hard drives and flash.
Products featuring memristors could appear in 2013.
Racetrack memory could someday supersede flash in terms of density and cost.
But the launch is soured by news from Apple.
The move is part of an effort to let browsers and plug-ins interact more easily.