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Data Storage

Submission + - Carbon Nanotubes For Non-Volative Computer Memory

An anonymous reader writes: Researchers at the University of California have developed telescoping carbon nanotube memory which is non-volatile and may offer the possibility of atomic-scale computer data storage that would replace both RAM, FLASH RAM, and hard drive storage in the next few cycles. The URL is http://www.physorg.com/news89986583.html.
Hardware Hacking

Submission + - Proximity card in a cellphone HowTo

ClarkMills writes: "Hi all. I just wrote up how I poked an access card into a cellphone.
Someone else out there might be interested in doing this or something similar.

The instructions are here.

Cheers... Clark"

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