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February 2nd, 2007
HP researchers tout nanotech in chips
Hewlett-Packard Co. researchers say their integration of nanotechnology with traditional circuitry designs in computer chips could help reduce energy use and produce ever-smaller devices.
Although the development may seem esoteric, scientists believe it could eventually help a wide range of companies - such as automakers, cell phone manufacturers and toy makers - build vastly smaller products that can be reprogrammed and upgraded at any time.
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