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September 26th, 2006

Behind the Ubiquitous Microchip

Abstract:
Computer chips are everywhere in our daily lives, from our cars to our appliances. They keep getting faster and their price keeps getting lower, following a principle often called Moore’s Law. But the law’s author, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore, predicted this month at UCSD that this juggernaut of innovation will eventually slow down.

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