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June 9th, 2004
Computing's New Screen Gems
Motorola is using nanotechnology to grow, in low temperatures, clusters of tiny carbon nanotubes behind every dot on the screen. Each tube acts as a little electron gun shooting to create an image. "We can grow them where we want them," says James Jaskie, chief scientist for Motorola Physical Sciences Research Laboratory in Austin.
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