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Replacing metal wiring with fiber optics could change everything from supercomputers to laptops.
The world’s largest chip maker wants to see a new kind of economy bloom around personal data.
Verayo is harnessing unique manufacturing flaws to make RFID tags that are impossible to copy.
The computer chip has evolved from a simple integrated circuit to a microprocessor with millions of transistors.
Data centers, under greater demand than ever, are looking to low-power chips as a way to save money—but switching won’t be easy.
Specialized transistors track hardware bugs as they happen.
A new method for creating the copper wiring in chips promises better computer performance—for a few years, at least.
Small, portable devices could get new stamina thanks to a transistor design that can cut a computer chip’s power consumption in half.
Hardware bugs could be avoided by limiting chips to tested behaviors.