Chris Jablonski

Christopher Jablonski is a freelance technology writer. Previously, he held research analyst positions in the IT industry and was the manager of marketing editorial at CBS Interactive. He's been contributing to ZDNet since 2003.</p> <p>Christopher received a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign. With over 12 years in IT, he's an expert on transformational technologies, particularly those influential in B2B.

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Using 'catoms' for teleportation?

Using 'catoms' for teleportation?

It will take billions of micron-scale 'claytronic atoms' or 'catoms' to create computer generated artifacts as if they were the real thing, such as a self-assembling synthetic doctor coming to your house via Internet -- and controlled by the real one living miles away.

September 20, 2005 by in Innovation

Conversations Within Cells

Conversations Within Cells

An interdisciplinary team of biochemists and computer scientists at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), has developed a specialized software to explain how some proteins can play different roles in a wide range of cellular processes.

September 17, 2005 by in Enterprise Software

Lukas, the robot that removes weeds

Lukas, the robot that removes weeds

A mobile agricultural robot named Lukas weeds fields in Sweden. With its infrared cameras and a computer running some specialized software, Lukas can recognize the difference between crops and weeds and remove automatically the weeds.

September 16, 2005 by in Innovation

And you thought the Humvee was tough?

And you thought the Humvee was tough?

A new concept vehicle, dubbed ULTRA AP (Armored Patrol), has been unveiled two days ago at the "Modern Day Marine Expo" held in Quantico, Virginia. This vehicle has been designed to improve survivability and mobility in future military combat vehicles.

September 15, 2005 by in Security

100 GB of storage for your cell phone?

100 GB of storage for your cell phone?

British nanotechnologists have emulated the functions usually associated with transistor-based digital electronics in all-metallic nanoscale devices made from ferromagnetic materials. This technology could lead to three-dimensional microchips with tremendous memory capacities.

September 13, 2005 by in United Kingdom

Hayabusa is approaching Itokawa

Hayabusa is approaching Itokawa

Hayabusa, a small probe launched by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) in May 2003, is now less than 750 kilometers away from the Itokawa asteroid and will return to Earth in June 2007 with 100 milligrams of materials picked from the asteroid.

September 7, 2005 by in Enterprise Software

The World's Biggest Walrus

The World's Biggest Walrus

This Walrus is a new type of aircraft, half jumbo jet, half blimp, designed according to specifications from the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). This Walrus is intended to carry a payload of 500 to 1,000 tons up to 12,000 nautical miles, in less than than a week and at a competitive cost.

September 6, 2005 by in Enterprise Software

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