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How Self-Healing Microchips Recover

Caltech engineers have constructed a new kind of microchip that can learn to heal its own information pathways

March 12, 2013 — Marshall Honorof and TechNewsDaily
How Samsung Broke Away from the Android Pack

How Samsung Broke Away from the Android Pack

As successful as Samsung's Galaxy S franchise is now, it's easy to forget the Korean consumer electronics giant's first attempt at the American smartphone market was met with an apathetic shrug

March 12, 2013
Yes, Robots Are Coming for Our Jobs--Now What?

Yes, Robots Are Coming for Our Jobs--Now What?

Massachusetts Institute of Technology economist Erik Brynjolfsson explains how technology has affected economic growth and productivity--and how human workers can adapt

March 8, 2013 — Seth Fletcher

Metal Oxide Chips Show Promise as Transistors

Materials that flip from insulator to conductor could make more energy-efficient transistors, although the metals are not yet close to competing with silicon

March 7, 2013 — Eugenie Samuel Reich and Nature magazine
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