Postage-stamp-sized chips analyze thousands of protein samples fast and cheap.
Over 99 percent of computers are inconspicuous: embedded in objects from toys to cars. Open-source software dukes it out with proprietary offerings to provide their operating system.
Mobile telephony was once considered a niche market.
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