Intel is zooming in on Moore's law with laser-sharp-precision. The company invests billions of dollars to develop smaller and smaller transistors that will allow processors to run faster and faster, as well as cheaper and cheaper.
Researchers working for HP however have found a shortcut to building faster chips. Instead of focusing on size of transistors, they have created a new way to craft inter-connections between the components on a chip.
Including a 15-inch Intel Core-powered device weighing less than a bag of sugar
Tuomo Suntola's ALD technology extended Moore's Law, but was only adopted by chip-makers in 2007
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