Researcher's computer components could cut energy consumption 'by factor of 100'

Lee Bell
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'Memristor' chips can store information at different resistance levels

The energy consumption of computing devices could be cut by a factor of 100 if the University of Michigan has its way. The institution announced that one of its researchers has developed a new ...

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