Breakthrough: The World’s First Carbon Nanotube Computer
September 28, 2013 5:58 AM Subscribe
"It’s only got 178 transistors, but it’s an important proof-of-concept that’s poised to keep Moore’s Law right on track. The breakthrough, in which a basic computer was powered by microscopic chains of carbon atoms, means we may have finally found a viable alternative to silicon chips."
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