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Could modern, nanoscale vacuum tubes replace transistors?

2016-06-07 15:26:49| Extremetech

Could nanoscale vacuum tubes replace transistors in future devices? Caltech thinks they could, and it's building proof-of-concept devices without the leakage that plagues modern hardware.

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