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Chip companies entering their metal period January 27, 2007 Intel, IBM and AMD plan to unveil chips built using new materials, marking a historic shift away from traditional transistor ingredients.Intel shows off Penryn chips
Intel shows off 80-core processor February 11, 2007 The chip unveiled at IDF works, but there are a lot of hurdles to overcome before an 80-core chip shows up in a living room.
Celebrating 60 years of transistors December 14, 2007 The modern world wouldn't be what it is if it weren't for a little piece of technology that emerged from Bell Labs in 1947.Photos: Sixty years of transistors
A semiconductor for sommeliers February 7, 2006 Not sure whether a wine has gone sour? A group at UC Berkeley has come up with a cheap electronic nose.
IBM gives chips a cooling rinse October 26, 2006 Researchers develop a system that squirts water over the surface of a processor to cool it--which could promise benefits for server farms.
Intel completes design of Penryn chip November 30, 2006 The company is in the midst of making the first samples of the 45-nanometer chip, expected to come out toward the end of next year.
New challenges in the chip sector December 17, 2007 After a bout of good fortune, AMD finds itself coming to grips with a resurgent Intel. Plus: Can software keep up with multicore technology?
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.
Sensors: Living off scraps of energy May 24, 2006 In the future, your shoes may be able to charge your camera and RFID chips could tell when you leave the room. Images: Energy-saving sensors
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