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New Chip Design Shows Promise as Micro-Cooling System for Computers

A new piece of technology called an 'intrachip' promises to deliver a totally revolutionary type of cooling system for radars and supercomputers.

MIT Engineers Create Palm-sized Drone Made Possible with New Computer Chip Design and Methodology

A new computer chip has paved the way for an incredibly small new type of drone -- one that can fit in the palm of your hand.

First 5nm Silicon Chip Revealed

IBM has created the world's first 5nm computer chip.

Tiny Chip Technology to Extend Battery Power and Reduce Heat

An incredibly small chip is changing the way we look at power and speed in many of our most used devices.

Memory Model Tool to Help Identify Design Flaws

A new research project proposes to fight back against memory loss in computers and bring an end to pervasive design flaws.
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This Chip Has 1,000 Independent Processors

A new microchip containing 1,000 independent programmable processors but is very energy efficient. The “KiloCore” chip can process 1.78 trillion instructions per second, contains 621 million transistors, and could be powered by a single AA battery.

Extreme-Ultraviolet Technology Could Keep Moore’s Law Alive

Intel’s co-founder Gordon Moore famously predicted in 1965 that the number of transistors per...

X-ray Scattering Measures Nanoscale Chip Details

Just as Intel co-founder Gordon Moore predicted back in 1965, engineers have continued to...

3D Stacked Computer Chips Combine Logic and Memory

Carbon nanotubes solve many engineering challenges, and now a team from Stanford University has...

IBM Unveils Brain-Inspired Computer Chip

This month at a lab in Silicon Valley, IBM displayed a system that is...
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