Issue Date: August 28, 2006
Putting A Spin On Electronics
Imagine a personal computer that powers up instantly without the lengthy and bothersome boot-up delay. Think of the convenience offered by a computer that can be switched into a standby mode that requires no electrical power, yet keeps files and data in active memory.
Computers sporting those features aren't available just yet. But someday manufacturers may be able to build electronic devices with those operating characteristics and other sophisticated functions, partly as a result of . . .
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