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Alright, we develop awesome tech all the time.

Can we get it to the consumer?
    
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So Phase Change Memory + Carbon Nanotubes... that's not one, but 2 highly experimental technologies that have absolutely no consumer level production infrastructure in place. This is 10 years out, if ever.

FYI OLED has been in development since the 90s, and it's only fully going to get ramped up in '14 or so once Samsung sets up their new plants and everyone follows suit. Along the way countless display techs have been killed due to issues with mass production. Draw the parallels...

It's a cool experiment though, although the link to sciencemag.org doesn't give the full article. This quote "Analysis of over 100 devices finds that the programming voltage and energy are highly scalable" seems to mean that they've only build 100 bits total though, it's really really early tech.
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I'm british and I have never heard that word once in my entire life.
You're obvious not British if you've not heard that word mate.
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I'm british and I have never heard that word once in my entire life.
Apparently you're not a boffin then, or you'd be boffin enough to know something like that.
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post #15 of 17
I'm American and I know what boffin means...
Also, online dictionaries are like the easiest thing to use ever.


This tech sounds cool, but memory really doesn't use all that much power. Of course in these devices you want to save as much power as you can, but this stuff sounds too expensive to really make sense for now.
    
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Wow, really? Can't say I hear it regularly but it sounds unlikely that you've never heard it.. must be a northern thing.
Haha, I live in the north too.
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post #17 of 17
Fudzilla needs to stop calling scientists boffins. It wasn't cool the first time and it isn't cool now :/
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