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Using atom-thick carbon instead of silicon could pack ever more data into portable electronics.
IBM believes a new way of encoding the bits in phase-change memory will make it reliable enough for use in servers.
A probability-based processor may speed up flash memory, and eventually much more.
Double the normal number of bits are crammed into each memory cell.
Despite a gloomy market, Numonyx announces new chips.
Intel and STMicroelectronics have formed a joint venture that plans to commercialize phase-change memory.
The chip maker has announced a drive that could bring the power of desktop computers to handheld devices.
A nanotech-enabled device could replace the flash memory used in portable electronics.