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The three-dimensional transistors of Intel’s new generation of chips continue the 50-year trend of faster, more tightly packed chips.
Under “Koomey’s law,” it’s efficiency, not power, that doubles every year and a half.
The computer chip has evolved from a simple integrated circuit to a microprocessor with millions of transistors.
The first hybrid memristor-transistor chip could be cheaper and more energy efficient.
A pioneer of quantum computing asks: Has a Canadian startup really demonstrated a prototype for a working, commercially viable quantum computer?