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Nano alphabet soup gets cooking March 21, 2007 Researchers develop microscale particles shaped like letters that could eventually be used to tag cells inside humans.Images: Microscale particles shaped like letters
Chills at Microsoft's security huddle July 24, 2006 Microsoft has quietly held meetings with top antivirus researchers for almost 10 years, but there's some unease now that Redmond is a rival.
Cornell cracks Galileo codes July 14, 2006 Europe's answer to GPS may be in economic jeopardy, researchers say. But EU says signals aren't final or secret. Images: Europe's satellite navigation rival
Intel modifies Wi-Fi to add mileage March 27, 2007 Wireless access that travels more than 60 miles? Yes, if you have the right antenna, according to Intel's researchers.Photos: Going long
Auction site sells security exploits July 6, 2007 Founder says WabiSabiLabi will improve security by ensuring researchers get fairly compensated, but security companies are split over its value.
A formula for procrastination January 11, 2007 Can you assign a formula to putting off to tomorrow what you can do today? One professor believes you can.
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