Atom-Sized Transistor Foretells Quantum Computer, Scientists Say
Scientists say they have created the first transistor from a single phosphorous atom using near-atomic precision, which could keep development of processors on track with Moore's law until at least 2020 and offers the possibility of a general-purpose quantum computer that processes data significantly faster than current devices.
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Since: Dec 10
#1 Feb 21, 2012
Bloody amazing but will this make the 46 billion dollar NBN a dud, before it is even finished?
methinks it might....Onyer Labor....
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