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World’s tiniest computer chip created by IBM.

IBM, not Intel, says it has made the world’s densest PC chips, at only 7-nanometers. By correlation, contenders like Intel have been attempting to contract their customer chips down beneath 14-nanometers. The organization is presently commercializing 10-nanometer chips. IBM said that it now has working chips — which are still in the exploration stage — at the record-shattering size. IBM really shed its semiconductor business in 2014, paying $1.5 billion to offload it to Globalfoundries. Rather, it licenses the innovation it creates to be made by Globalfoundries, which likewise assembles chips for Broadcom, Qualcomm and AMD. The New York Times said that by comparison, “a strand of DNA is around 2.5 nanometers in width and a red platelet is approximately 7,500 nanometers in bread...

Intel comes out with bodysuit to monitor baby’s breathing

Attention all the new moms and dads! Apprehensive on your baby’s heartbeat and internal functions? No worries Intel is coming out with a smart application diving in to the wearable computing pool with products that will make life easier for just about anyone. Announced by Intel CEO Brian Krzanich at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the products range from exercise gear, to baby clothes to dishes. Krzanich said Intel is “actively pursuing a range of products and initiatives, with the goal of accelerating wearable device innovation.” “Wearables are not everywhere today because they aren’t yet solving real problems and they aren’t yet integrated with our lifestyles,” said Krzanich. “We’re focused on addressing this engineering innovation challenge. Our goal is, if something compute...

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