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Cheaper LEDs to light a green path? January 19, 2007 Using plastic could help light-emitting diodes sell for less and compete with power-hungry traditional bulbs, company says.
IBM puts vacuum spaces in chips May 3, 2007 Nothing insulates like a vacuum. Big Blue says its Airgap technique will increase chip speed and reduce power consumption.Images: IBM's vaccuum techiqueVideo: Building chips with Airgap
IBM connects chips for better bandwidth April 12, 2007 Intel and others have been showing off "through-silicon vias," but IBM says it will come out with chips using the new technology next year. Photo: Closing in on TSV
The next information revolution October 19, 2006 perspective Open Group CEO Allen Brown says the big change is not in computer hardware, semiconductors or software.
Can Seagate steer hybrid-drive market? October 8, 2007 Price and industry standardization remain barriers to widespread adoption, but the biggest hard-drive maker could force competitors to keep pace.
Can HP fool Moore's Law? January 16, 2007 Researchers are replacing the communication wires inside chips with an overhead grid of tiny nanowires. That could help chips keep shrinking.
Chart: Tech-related pork March 30, 2006 From no-flush toilets to spray paint simulators, local businesses and organizations are jockeying for spot at trough.
HP touts new mold for the chip industry May 2, 2007 Think of it as a Play-Doh Fun Factory, but on a molecular scale. HP teams up with Nanolithosolutions on an imprint lithography system.Images: HP-Nanolitho's imprint lithography tool
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