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Michigan Tech is creating semiconductor-less heterojunctions using graphene and boron nitride nanotubes that they hope will supersede silicon at the end of the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS) circa 2028.
Despite a slump in PC and tablet sales, SanDisk is bullish about the demand for 3D NAND across all market segments.
Web services are not up to the challenge of the Internet of Things, say UC Berkeley researchers, who propose using their more flexible Global Data Plane instead.
The Wireless Power Consortium has co-authored a study that aims to create a standard for measuring the efficiency of wireless charging systems. The study found in favor of the WPC's Qi system, but analysts aren't sure whether the methods will be absorbed by the rest of the industry.
Purdue University researchers demonstrate CMOS-compatible all-optical transistor capable of 4-THz speeds.