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Smallest electric motor now just a nanometer wide

Chemists at Tufts are on their way to creating an entirely new class of devices to be used in medicine and engineering thanks to their development of the world's first single-molecule electric motor.

By September 6, 2011

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Atom chip circuits slated to shrink to 15 nanometers

IDF talk shows that circuits inside Intel's Atom chip are slated to shrink to a size that is incomprehensibly small, the width of about 60 atoms.

By September 16, 2010

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ARM, Globalfoundries outline 28-nanometer plans

According to the companies, the shift will enable mobile devices to offer 40 percent more computing performance and 100 percent greater battery life than the existing 45-nanometer process.

By February 16, 2010

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Intel unwraps Core M chip that lets PCs run sans fans

The new 14 nanometer processor, codenamed Broadwell, allows for computers that are less than 9 millimeters thick, about a third the thickness of PCs from 2010.

By August 11, 2014

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Intel to tap 32-nanometer chips for 2010 growth

In 2010, the chip giant plans to base much of its business growth on the newest 32-nanometer chip technology.

By January 14, 2010

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Intel completes 32-nanometer chip development

Chipmaker says it has completed the development phase of its next-generation manufacturing process that shrinks chip circuitry to 32 nanometers.

By December 9, 2008

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IBM offers 45-nanometer chipmaking services

At 45 nanometers, the silicon-on-insulator foundry services promise chip designs that are faster or use less power, but the technology isn't cheap.

By November 10, 2008

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IBM pushes toward 22-nanometer chips

Think of it as a physics project. It's also a "tall order," says Big Blue engineer, adding the company has the gear to do the "tremendous amount of computation" needed.

By September 17, 2008

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NEC joins IBM on 32-nanometer chip research

Big Blue has added the Japanese company to a growing list of allies doing research on next-generation chip technology at IBM facilities.

By September 11, 2008

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IBM: Faster, not hotter, 32-nanometer chips coming

Big Blue is claiming higher chip performance--but not higher operating temperatures--using next-generation 32-nanometer chip-manufacturing technology.

By April 14, 2008