Patrick Mahoney

Patrick
Mahoney
Articles
Magnetic "handedness" could improve memory
Chirality — a spiral-like "handedness" — in nanoscale magnets may play a crucial role in data transmission and manipulation in spintronic devices that use electron spin rather than charge to store data.
Wireless is getting under our skin
Advances in wireless technology promise to improve quality of life for millions of people with disabilities.
2008 Lancer GTS
The GTS is the sport version of Mitsubishi's Lancer.
Even containers gotta vent
The right kind of packaging vents can eliminate expensive maintenance and regulatory issues by letting off a little pressure.
2007 GM Acadia
GM's first entry in the crossover SUV (CUV) field is worth a hard look.
2007 Volkswagen GTI
German engineers know driving means more than simply getting from here to there.
Beating Plowshares Into Dragsters
How do you keep the boy on the farm after he's won the FIA (Federation Internationale de l'Automobile) championship?
Take me out to the ball-game sign
Monster-sized video displays, the likes of which adorn sports facilities, now get cooled through special dust filters that double as EMI shields.
2007 Aveo LS four door
All things considered, especially price, Chevy's best-selling subcompact isn't a bad deal.
Taking the roar out of the crowd: Hybrid Motorcycles
Hybrid motorcycles won't roar their way to popularity … but that won't stop 'em.
Best Value: Mazda CX-7
Mazda describes the winner of our Best Value award as "a highly styled crossover SUV with the soul of a sports car." Our judges' reaction bears out the claim.
Safety and Security: Mercedes-Benz S550
The S-Class earned the Safety and Security Award for an array of sophisticated safety features.
Now it's easy being GREEN... or RED ... or BLUE ...
3D printing has been around for a decade but vendors continue to push the technology envelope.
The best of the best
In an age of answering machines, voice mail, minimal staffing, and increased attention to the bottom line, MACHINE DESIGN has again asked its readers to cite companies that treat customers like ... well ... customers.
Something up the sleeve
Technology is changing more than the way we work and play, it's changing the way we dress for work and play.

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