H.P. Unveils New Memory Technology
New York Times / JOHN MARKOFF
03-May-2008 (one comment)

A team of Hewlett-Packard scientists reported Wednesday in the science journal Nature that they
have designed a simple circuit element they believe will enable tiny powerful computers that could imitate biological functions. The device, called a memristor, could make it possible to build extremely dense computer memory chips that use far less power than today’s DRAM memory chips, which are rapidly reaching the limit in how much smaller
they can be made.


Organic Molecules To Serve As Nano-Sized Switches

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Organic Computer is about to come true leading to a new Computer Era! Amazing!