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IBM claims carbon nanotube IC breakthrough

10/29/2012 06:30 PM EDT
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sprite0022
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re: IBM claims carbon nanotube IC breakthrough
sprite0022   10/30/2012 12:55:55 AM
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idiots, still want to cheat the general public like kids?

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re: IBM claims carbon nanotube IC breakthrough
krisi   11/1/2012 5:27:58 PM
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10,000 carbon nanotubes is a good start...we need 10 billion or so per chip for this technology to make a dent in silicon business

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