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December 6, 2012 by

IEDM preview: Intel's 22nm mobile technology and more

Moore's Law won’t suddenly end, but it is slowing down. The question is: What's next? IEDM, which takes place next week in San Francisco, is devoted to answering that question making it a great place to get a peek at the technologies that could power tomorrow's laptops and smartphones.

December 8, 2011 by

IBM spins nanotubes, wire and graphene

IBM has revealed three new developments that aim to power tomorrow's digital technology. Based on nanotubes, nanowires and graphene, their common factor is compatibility with today's production techniques

December 7, 2011 by

IBM integrates graphene and Racetrack with CMOS tech

IBM has successfully integrated two emerging technologies with the CMOS manufacturing technology, the company has said.Complementary-symmetry metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) technology is used in the manufacturing of most electronic equipment.

June 15, 2011 by

The future of graphene

Graphene hints at a world of electronics beyond silicon, unshackled from Moore's Law. What can we expect from this wonder material over the next 10 years?

January 17, 2011 by

Graphene supercharges Li-ion life expectancy

Researchers in Singapore have succeeded in incorporating graphene into the anode of a lithium-ion battery, a breakthrough that could dramatically improve the life expectancy of an individual battery, and pave the way for higher capacity batteries, capable of providing more power to a device.

February 9, 2010 by

Silicon good to 2024, graphene to succeed

The ISSCC (International Solid State Circuit Conference) has started in San Francisco with keynote speaker James Meindl, professor of microelectronics at the Georgia Institute of Technology, making precise predictions about the future of silicon electronics and what will most likely follow in the post-silicon world.'We will continue to scale vigorously for the next 15 years,'' he said, according to a report in EE Times.

April 22, 2008 by

Can graphene keep Moore's Law alive longer?

Carbon. Is there nothing it can't do? As well as being the fundamental element behind life, the premium component in energy storage and the top contender for executioner of the human race, it's now beginning to fill in the forms for consideration as inheritor to silicon's electronic crown.

April 22, 2008 by

Flashy balls make for mega-memory

Carbon. Is there nothing it can't do? As well as being the fundamental element behind life, the premium component in energy storage and the top contender for executioner of the human race, it's now beginning to fill in the forms for consideration as inheritor to silicon's electronic crown.

October 20, 2003 by

Nanotubes: The stuff of dreams

They are stronger than steel and as flexible as plastic, conduct energy amazingly well and can be made from unexotic raw materials. But can nanotubes live up to their promise?

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