Chips push through nano-barrier
The next milestone in the relentless pursuit of smaller, higher performance microchips has been unveiled.
A university almost as old as the United States itself is providing higher education for a high-tech age. Paper notebooks have been replaced by notebook computers in an economics class at Wake Forest University.
helps crash safety
An unusual crash test dummy has been created in Australia to help cope with an unusual driving hazard - suicidal kangaroos.
without film arrive in Europe
Digital cinema projection makes its European debut this week with the release of the Disney/Pixar film Toy Story 2.
eyes wearable PC
Those tired of hauling around "portable" computers may be able to wear a Pentium PC from next year.
strategy for United News and Media
UK media group United News & Media wants to put the internet at "the heart of [its] activities", with a £370m ($590m) investment programme over two years, and plans to float parts of the online business on the stock markets.
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