Super-thin semiconductors delay the 'death' of silicon
You could get 10 times more transistors than you do with pure silicon.
IBM squeezes 30 billion transistors into a fingernail-sized chip
It found a way to make practical 5-nanometer processors.
Self-assembling wires could lead to faster processors
Who said Moore's Law was dead?
Intel: Our next chips will be a 'generation ahead' of Samsung
Its 10-nanometer chips have double the transistors of rival tech.
Researchers think chaos theory can get us past Moore's Law
Researchers at NC State believe that they can make chips faster without making them smaller.
Roadmap says transistors will stop shrinking in 5 years
This doesn't mean that Moore's Law is dead, but it may be on notice.
Intel is officially slowing down the pace of CPU releases
The company's "tick-tock" cycle has become a three-step.
Moore's Law in action: making our machines ever more micro
Over the past few decades, engineers have leveraged Moore's Law to the fullest, resulting in p...
The law that predicts computing power turns 50
Today represents a historic milestone in technology: It's the 50th anniversary of Moore's...