- Using metamaterials for computing
I’d certainly heard about the most recently developments with using metamaterials to achieve limited invisivility. The newest research essentially bends time, hiding events from observation. I suppose it isn’t too surprising to see Curtis Hopkins at ReadWriteWeb highlight one of the listed applications: ‘interrupt-without-interruption’ computation on convergent data channels. The description he furnishes makes an astonishing amount of sense. I can’t wait for a cloaked add on processor for my next computer.
- Model of the world’s first transistor demonstrates the principle , BoingBoing
- FBI arbitrarily covers up evidence of misconduct, EFF
- NASA sells shuttle PCs without wiping secret data, BBC
- Fix to Chinese Internet traffic hijack due in January, Slashdot