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Nanomagnets Could Replace Transistors in Microprocessors 91

redwolfe7707 writes "Computers today move electrons, using lots of energy in the process. A new report out of UC Berkeley shows that doing computing with nano magnetic domains could reduce the energy consumption by a factor of a million." As usual, the factor of a million would be in the ideal case and is close to the minimum permitted by the universe.
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Nanomagnets Could Replace Transistors in Microprocessors

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