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The trick to a more powerful computer chip? Going vertical.
Electrons typically flow through transistors in parallel to the chip surface, but what if the transistors were flipped sideways?
A $17 billion Samsung chip factory could be coming to Texas
A new plant for making semiconductors could help bulk up a key production sector in the US.
Understanding the global chip shortage, a big crisis involving tiny components
Semiconductors help power everything from your phone to your car. Here's what to know about the major supply chain problem.
This supercomputer will perform 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 operations per second
Understanding Aurora, by the numbers.
Why Does Stale Bread Turn Hard, But Stale Chips Turn Soft?
Short answer: A chip is all crust
Skin-Implanted Microchips Open Doors At Swedish Office Complex
It's the cyberpunk dystopia we were promised
Entrepreneur Seeks To Make Handheld Ultrasound Window Into The Body
He's hoping his device can be a super-cheap alternative to big hospital machines.
Is IBM Making Plans For The End Of Silicon?
As chips get smaller, chipmakers investigate new methods and materials.
How Intel’s New Processor Will Keep Your Gadgets Alive Longer
The U- and Y-series core processors can extend battery life by two hours, and keep devices moving faster than ever.
Intel’s New Ivy Bridge CPUs Will Give Your Next Laptop Legit Gaming Power
If you buy a cheapie laptop, you’re going to get onboard graphics–historically underpowered, since they exist on the same die...