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August 23rd, 2003

Tiny technology hasn't hit the big time -- yet

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Everywhere -- invisible to the naked eye -- millions of sensors collect data. Two Berkeley researchers working on tiny sensor technology believe this is the sort of fabrication best left to Hollywood. Tiny wireless sensor technology is still too rudimentary to formulate a vast global database that can contain all information gleaned from the real world.

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