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This is what it looks like when slime mold smiles

Researchers have translated the behavior of slime mold into "emotions" and displayed them, just as you'd expect, on a creepy robot face.

By Aug. 19, 2013


Flexible memory developed for chips

Researchers at U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology have created a flexible memristor, which can be bent or twisted and remain functional.

By Jun. 4, 2009


HP research could yield faster, more powerful PCs

Discovery from HP Labs into the untapped potential of the memristor chip could open the door for major advancements in the design and processing power of computers.

By Apr. 8, 2010


HP, Hynix team on flash memory replacement

Hynix signs on to manufacture the once-theoretical memory resistor developed in HP Labs. The first commercial product will arrive in "three to five years."

By Aug. 31, 2010


New memory circuit's roots owe debt to Aristotle

What is man? What is a resistor? In a rare example of metaphysics helping physics, the idea of the memristor was born.

By May. 1, 2008


HP makes memory from a once-theoretical circuit

Over three decades ago, a Berkeley professor theorized that there should be a circuit that can remember what's happened to it. Now, HP is demonstrating it actually exists.

By Apr. 30, 2008


Crave in Comments: From AMD to aiming pee

Our new feature serves up some witty and thought-provoking comments from Crave readers.

By May. 20, 2011


This week in laptops

Lenovo and Alienware bring long-awaited laptops to market, Dell sees pink with its new XPS laptops, and HP proves the existence of a once-theoretical circuit element: it's the week in laptops!

By May. 2, 2008


Buzz Out Loud 717: Dedicated to yo' fat momma

Yo' momma is so fat. How fat is she? She's so fat she has two Wiis, one for each...OK, never mind. In other news, Microsoft walked out on Yahoo. Is it for good this time?

By May. 5, 2008