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Researchers develop a large-scale array of nanoscale memory circuits.
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New strides in radar and gait-analysis software show that it's possible to detect when someone is carrying a bomb well before he or she reaches a security checkpoint.
Hewlett-Packard researchers have designed a faster, more energy-efficient chip by packing in more transistors--without shrinking them.
A new method of making ultrathin transistors could pave the way to flexible and wearable electronics.
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