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China may finally have a processor to power a homegrown supercomputer.
The processors are slower, but they use much less energy—a huge boon for those who run massive data centers.
Loongson is making steady progress toward a viable microprocessor, but its chosen architecture could keep it from supplanting its rivals.
Chips that let errors happen, then correct them, use less power overall.
Prototype devices show Intel chips running devices that could challenge the iPhone and iPad early next year.
New hardware should make it possible for all online data to be as secure as a credit card transaction.
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.