The Smallest Radio Receiver Ever Is Made from Imperfections in Diamonds
Harvard researchers made the world’s smallest radio receiver by using atomic imperfections in a pink diamond.
Moore's Law Is About To Be Reborn
Processors will keep shrinking, but keeping them from burning up will become even more of a challenge.
New Chemical Assembly Process Opens Door to Atomically Thin Electronics
Graphene takes on Moore's Law.
This Guy Built His Very Own Artisanal Computer Processor
The 'Megaprocessor' let's you take a walking tour of a modern computer processor.
This Man Is Building a 10-Metre-Wide Computer Processor Because Dreams Are Real
James Newman says he's spent about £20,000 on his "megaprocessor".
The Siliconless Valley? Clear, Organic Transistors Are Speeding Up
Organic as in "carbon" not as in "GMO-free" or whatever. Although, irrelevantly, it's also GMO free.
IBM Patented a One Atom-Thick Graphene Transistor That Works 1,000 Times Faster Than Silicon
This is the next step towards some really cool consumer electronics. Or robo-dominion. Either way.