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Technology Quarterly: After Moore's Law

Technology Quarterly: After Moore's Law

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Double, double, toil and trouble

After a glorious 50 years, Moore's law - which states that computer power doubles every two years at the same cost - is running out of steam. Tim Cross asks what might replace it.

  • More Moore: The incredible shrinking transistor
  • New Designs: Taking it to another dimension
  • Brain Scan: Bruno Michel
  • Quantum Computing: Harnessing weirdness
  • Alternatives: Wait for it
  • What next: Horses for courses

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