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A new method for creating the copper wiring in chips promises better computer performance—for a few years, at least.
A nine-nanometer device shows that nanotubes could be a viable alternative to silicon as electronics get even tinier.
A more precise manufacturing method will help as electronics shrink ever smaller.
Researchers make transistors out of a material that’s better than silicon.
Nanotube circuits that combine speed and low power might drive flexible displays.
Specialized transistors track hardware bugs as they happen.
Chips that let errors happen, then correct them, use less power overall.
IBM shows that graphene transistors could one day replace silicon.
Researchers develop a new method for making efficient nanotube transistor arrays.
Electronics that break down in the body could be useful in temporary medical implants and drug delivery.