That sinking feeling (Englisch)

in IEEE Spectrum ; 46 , 1 ; 49-50
IEEE Spectrum
IEEE ; 2009
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In 1961, the world's first mass-produced aquatic car came to market. The Amphicar, built in West Germany around a state-of-the-art Leyland Motors engine, could go 113 kilometers per hour on land and 7 knots on the water, and it cost a modest 11 200 marks (about US $20 000 today). Yet in seven years it sold a mere 4000 units.

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Table of contents
| 2009
3
Spectrum takes a dive — Finally.
| 2009
6
Contributors
| 2009
4
Breathe deeply [back story]
| 2009
5
OPINION - SPECTRAL LINES - IEEE Spectrum begins to look for ways to lessen its eco impact.
Hassler, Susan | 2009
5
IEEE Spectrum begins to look for ways to lessen its eco impact
Hassler, S. | 2009
6
FORUM - Readers offer their suggestions for fixing U.S. weapons acquisitions.
| 2009
7
UPDATE - THE TROUBLE WITH TOUCH SCREENS - We're running out of the conductor that makes touch screens work.
Patel-Predd, Prachi | 2009
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THE TROUBLE WITH TOUCH SCREENS
Patel-Predd, P. | 2009
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THE END OF LCD BLUR
| 2009
9
IEEE spectrum gets greener - [spectral lines]
Hassler, Susan | 2009
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CRYPTOGRAPHY VS. QUANTUM COMPUTERS
| 2009
10
Forum
| 2009
11
The trouble with touch screens - [update]
Patel-Predd, Prachi | 2009
11
WIND-FARM MAKEOVER
| 2009
12
ULTRASONIC BRAIN STIMULATION
| 2009
13
Europe replaces old wind farms - [update]
Fairley, Peter | 2009
13
TSUNAMI ALERT SYSTEM STARTS UP
| 2009
14
Cryptographers take on quantum computers - [update]
Heger, Monica | 2009
14
THE BIG PICTURE - Carbon nanotubes in full bloom.
| 2009
16
Sound waves for brain waves - [update]
Jones, Willie D. | 2009
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REFLECTIONS - Do your friends want to know when you wake up? Twitter thinks they do.
Lucky, Robert W. | 2009
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Do your friends want to know when you wake up? Twitter thinks they do
Lucky, R.W. | 2009
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New software watches you while you work
Patel-Predd, P. | 2009
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CAREERS - New software watches you while you work.
Patel-Predd, Prachi | 2009
18
Tsunami alert system starts up in Indonesia - [update]
Ross, Philip E. | 2009
18
An open-source project points the way toward self-replicating machines
Wallich, P. | 2009
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HANDS ON - An open-source project points the way toward self-replicating machines.
Wallich, Paul | 2009
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Software for your cellphone solves complex polynomials.
Foster, Kenneth R. | 2009
20
TOOLS & TOYS - A breakthrough in scuba equipment helps hobbyists make long dives safely.
Shreeves, Karl | 2009
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A breakthrough in scuba equipment helps hobbyists make long dives safely
Shreeves, K. | 2009
20
Carbon in bloom - [the big picture]
| 2009
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A virtual 62-inch big screen doesn't live up to its promise.
Teasley, Harry | 2009
22
To twitter or not to twitter? [Reflections]
Lucky, Robert W. | 2009
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We judge projects so near to commerciallzation that we could be proved wrong in real time
Ross, P.E. | 2009
23
The all-seeing employer - [careers]
Patel-Predd, Prachi | 2009
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WINNERS & LOSERS VI - SPECIAL REPORT - We judge projects so near to commercialization that we could be proved wrong in real time. But that's a risk you have to run if you want to grow a backbone.
Ross, Philip E. | 2009
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A self-made machine - [hands on]
Foster, Kenneth R. | 2009
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Semiconductors: Intel's Larrabee chip architecture brings ``many core'' to the masses
Santo, B. / Adee, S. | 2009
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WINNER - Semiconductors - Intel's Larrabee chip architecture brings "many core" to the masses.
Santo, Brian / Adee, Sally | 2009
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The mobile polynomial
Foster, Kenneth R. | 2009
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Power & Energy: BlackLight Power promises to unleash energy from a new form of hydrogen-but first it needs to overturn quantum mechanics
Guizzo, E. | 2009
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Winner: poseidon discovery - [tools & toys]
Shreeves, Karl | 2009
28
LOSER - Power & Energy - BlackLight Power promises to unleash energy from a new form of hydrogen — But first it needs to overturn quantum mechanics.
Guizzo, Erico | 2009
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Loser: eyes wide shut
Teasley, Harry | 2009
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WINNER - Electricity - An Australian company has found a way to create subterranean reservoirs of water and use them to extract geothermal energy.
Upson, Sandra | 2009
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Electricity: An Australian company has found a way to create subterranean reservoirs of water and use them to extract geothermal energy
Upson, S. | 2009
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Winners & losers VI
Ross, Philip E. | 2009
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Multicore made simple
Santo, Brian / Adee, Sally | 2009
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LOSER - Interfaces - It'd be great if your brain waves could control fast video-game action — But they can't.
Heingartner, Douglas | 2009
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Interfaces: It'd be great if your brain waves could control fast video-game action-but they can't
Heingartner, D. | 2009
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Hot or not?
Guizzo, Erico | 2009
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WINNER - Robotics-Neurointegration - DARPA's project to push prosthetic arms into the 21st century is changing the world.
Adee, Sally | 2009
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Robotics/Neurointegration DARPA's project to push prosthetic arms into the 21st century is changing the world
Adee, S. | 2009
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Hot rocks
Upson, Sandra | 2009
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LOSER - Automotive - A US $85 000 amphibious sports car will open a lot of eyes, but probably not a lot of wallets.
Cherry, Steven | 2009
42
Mental block
Heingartner, Douglas | 2009
43
WINNER - Telecom - Quantum-dot lasers from Japan's QD Laser will make optical networks simpler, cheaper, and more power-efficient.
Kumagai, Jean | 2009
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Telecom: Quantum-dot lasers from Japan's QD Laser will make optical networks simpler, cheaper, and more power-efficient
Kumagal, J. | 2009
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The revolution will be prosthetized
Adee, Sally | 2009
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LOSER - Automation - A strawberry-picking robot from Japan won't be displacing farmworkers anytime soon.
Perry, Tekla S. | 2009
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You Tell Us - Winners or losers? We leave it up to you to give these six items the thumbs-up or thumbs-down.
Jones, Willie D. | 2009
49
That sinking feeling
Cherry, Steven | 2009
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WINNER - Remote Sensing - Imaging with radar used to require racks of electronics. ImSAR's new unit fits in your hand.
Schneider, David | 2009
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Remote Sensing: Imaging with radar used to require racks of electronics. ImSAR's new unit fits in your hand
Schneider, D. | 2009
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Quantum leap
Kumagai, Jean | 2009
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LOSER - Automotive - E-Fuel Corp.'s home ethanol refinery is a neat machine — But it may not be good for the environment or your pocketbook.
Guizzo, Erico | 2009
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E-Fuel Corp.'s home ethanol refinery is a neat machine-but it may not be good for the environment or your pocketbook
Guizzo, E. | 2009
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Fruitless
Perry, Tekla S. | 2009
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Radio eye in the sky
Schneider, David | 2009
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Brew, baby, brew
Guizzo, Erico | 2009
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THE DATA - Odds are your next computer will be a notebook.
Cherry, Steven | 2009
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Your next computer will probably be a notebook - [the data]
Cherry, Steven | 2009
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[Front cover - IEEE Spectrum]
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