For decades, electronic devices have been getting smaller, and smaller, and smaller. It’s now possible—even routine—to place millions of transistors on a single silicon chip.
Researchers have created a new type of transparent electrode that might find uses in solar cells, flexible displays for computers and consumer electronics and future "optoelectronic" circuits for sensors and information processing.
A team of US and Chinese scientists has managed to come up with an experimental sensor array that can sense pressure like a human fingertip.
A team of Taiwanese researchers led by Edward-Yi Chang, a professor from the Nationa Chiao Tung University, has managed to build a new type of high electron mobility transistor (HEMT) with the highest oscillation frequency ever.
Globalfoundries is preparing for the next generation of mobile devices with the introduction of advanced 14nm-XM technology based on three-dimensional "FinFET" transistor architecture.
Researchers have developed a transistor made from organic materials found in the human body.
A new type of transistor based on a 3D structure could replace silicon chips, say researchers from Purdue and Harvard universities.
ARM currently dominates the lucrative mobile space with its power conscious RISC chips.
A dual-headed research team has completed an interesting act of nanoscale engineering. It is the first nanowire of its kind.
Counterfeiting paper money - which used to only require a color printer and some special paper - has become harder and harder to execute.
Intel offered journalists and analysts a technical sneak peek of its upcoming second-gen Core processor lineup at IDF 2010.
Nvidia's chief scientist has claimed that Moore's law is no longer applicable to the silicon world of CPUs.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is using organic semiconductors as a basis for spray-on large-area electronics such as solar cells and displays.