Researchers uncover "unexpected effect" that could help create low-power memory modules

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Researchers uncover "unexpected effect" that could help create low-power memory modules

New process could lead to much lower-power memory and computing devices

Scientists have stumbled across an unexpected electro-magnetisation effect that, they claim, could lead to much lower-power memory modules and, hence, computing devices.  The scientists made the...

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