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posted in February 2000

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Thermo material may replace heat sinks, fans in electronic gear
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2/24/2000   Post a comment
A new thermoelectric material that becomes cool when conducting electricity promises to replace heat sinks and fans in electronic equipment. For a 20 percent premium in manufacturing chips, the patented material may increase their speed 100 percent by dropping a circuit's internal temperature as much as 200C below current operating temperatures, its inventor says.
InfoCharms preps OS for wearable Net communicator
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2/14/2000   Post a comment
Wearable computers need a nanosize operating system.
RNA computer clears 10-bit hurdle
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2/1/2000   Post a comment
Princeton University researchers claim to have reached a new level of complexity in DNA computing.


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