Carbon Nanotube Electronics Extend Moore’s Law

As we all know, computer chips have been getting smaller, faster, and cheaper year-by-year for decades now. Today, some $10 pocket calculators pack more power than the most sophisticated, multi-million-dollar mainframe computer of the mid-1950s.

As pointed out in the Los Angeles Times, if the same rate of performance improvement versus cost held for airlines, a flight from New York to Paris would cost one cent and last less than a second.

This has been made possible by ever denser and more complex integrat.....

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