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January 23rd, 2008

Beware of the 'electronic butler' in 2008

Abstract:
Furthering the green IT cause, Stewart said this year will be "nanotechnology's green renaissance" in that the technology will regain the spotlight in environmental applications, like power production, transmission and storage, lighting and LEDs and controlling automotive emissions.

Chris Sacca, former head of special initiatives with Mountain View, Calif.-based Google Inc. was on on-hand to share thoughts on several of the 2008 TMT predictions. He said that although nanotechnology has been a topic of discussion for several years by institutes like Menlo Park, Calif.-based Foresight Nanotech Institute, he does agree that it will garner more attention this year.

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