How nanotech fits in chips

Fujitsu Siemens says nanotubes are on the way. Also: Gordon Moore sees small role for nano.

CNET News staff
In chip design, the small only get smaller. One promising tiny technology is the carbon nanotube, which Fujitsu Siemens says will soon be available on a commercial scale. Also: Gordon Moore sees a small role for nano.

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