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    LI-RAM conducts information via light instead of electricity

    Breakthrough invention promises faster, more durable, more efficient memory.
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    Re: LI-RAM conducts information via light instead of electricity

    10 years?

    *in Adam Jensen's voice*

    The year is 2027. It is a time of great innovation and technological advancement. It is also a time of chaos and conspiracy. I don't even know whose side I'm on.

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    Re: LI-RAM conducts information via light instead of electricity

    They should make it done, or somebody else will.

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