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September 26th, 2006

Behind the Ubiquitous Microchip

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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