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Transistors are about as small as they can get. What now?

For most of the relatively brief history of modern computing, progress has been measured in shrinking by nanometers. By making transistors smaller and smaller, engineers have been able to pack more transistors on smaller chips. More transistors per chip mean faster, more powerful computers that can fit into smaller devices. These microprocessors have made possible…

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How a simple liquid changed the world

It may not look like much, but those little bottles contain one of the most important technological advances of the last 30 years. The 1970s brought an impressive wave of innovation in the United States. In particular, personal computers and electronics began to take root as a mainstay in the home and office. By the…

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