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Preventive features boost software
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4/18/2000   Post a comment
As in-car computers become readily available, consumers will demand that they be robust enough to deliver a myriad of functions with the same level of reliability they have come to expect in other automotive devices. Developing the operating system for in-car computers capable of delivering the flexibility of today's PCs while meeting the automotive industry's stringent demands for longevity and reliability is no small order.
Molecular substitution produces terahertz switch arrays
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4/10/2000   Post a comment
Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed a method of prepping single-crystal silicon wafers for organic molecules, which produce molecular switches with atomic precision.


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