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Breaking into a laptop via Wi-Fi August 2, 2006 Flaws in software that runs wireless-networking hardware could let attackers take over PCs, including Macs, Black Hat warns.
Diving into mysterious Crater Lake August 25, 2006 Scientists use aquatic robots and highly sensitive sonar to study its pristine, self-contained ecology. Photos: A water-filled crater Video: Deep-diving robot
Virtual reality in a real lab June 21, 2006 Some of hottest virtual- and augmented-reality projects began in a University of Washington lab. Photos: Virtual-reality lab
IBM puts vacuum spaces in chips May 3, 2007 Nothing insulates like a vacuum. Big Blue says its Airgap technique will increase chip speed and reduce power consumption.Images: IBM's vaccuum techiqueVideo: Building chips with Airgap
Keeping computers in check May 26, 2006 Efficient? Yes. But computers that aid in urban planning and other large-scale systems may miss the little details, researcher warns. Images: A look at Scalable City
Harnessing the power of P2P January 24, 2008 It may have gotten a bad rap, but peer-to-peer technology is increasingly used as a legitimate distribution tool for high-bandwidth applications like video.
Baby steps for Dexter the robot April 10, 2007 Start-up Anybots sees a day when robots will do many things that humans now do. For now, though, they're just working on staying upright.Photos: Meet Dexter and Monty, the AnybotsVideo: Humanoid ro...
Digital kids: Growing up wired November 15, 2007 CNET News.com examines the young generation's unique immersion in the Web, cell phones, IM and online communities.
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