August 10, 2015
Financial Times — July 16, 2015 | Richard Waters
Rather than doubling the number of transistors on an integrated circuit every two years — the rate of progress since Intel co-founder Gordon Moore made his famous prediction Moore’s law 50 years ago — the period has stretched out to two and a half years.
That will have a deep effect on technology. It implies the chip industry’s extra computing power, over the next decade, will be only half what it would… read more