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  • n. Plural form of nanocomputer.

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  • Much shorter nanowires have already been used in a variety of technologies, such as nanocomputers and nanoscale sensors.

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  • Perhaps as the physical technology for quantum nanocomputers develops, a black box will one day soon tell its creator it's 'alive' and conscious.

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  • It's going in my keeper pile -- it will be no less anachronistic, weird and interesting in an age of nanocomputers than it is today.

    Boing Boing

  • That those who brought us the Inquisition should not be teaming up with those that will bring us nanocomputers and downloadable memories?

    Technophobia!

  • Buildings and roads are covered in invisible tags, relaying information to passersby wearing nanocomputers that can sense and communicate with the millions of other tiny network-aware computers already around them, providing all kinds of real-time information on everything from weather and traffic conditions to where your friends are, or a sale taking place up the street.

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  • Check this column for an analysis of these future nanocomputers.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Nanocomputer Design Ditches Clock

  • Technology Research News says that “researchers from Communications Research Laboratory (CRL) in Japan have come up with a design for nanocomputers that would use less power, dissipate less heat, require less wiring, and be more reconfigurable than existing proposals.”

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Nanocomputer Design Ditches Clock

  • The technology should be ready within four years and these spray-on nanocomputers should be at work in hospitals, schools and shops in less than ten years.

    - Boing Boing

  • The scientists are already working with Edinburgh hospitals to spray nanocomputers on coronary patients to monitor their hearts unobtrusively and wirelessly.

    - Boing Boing

  • This summary contains more details about these nanocomputers which will be able to be diffused into our environment.

    - Boing Boing

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