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Despite Chip Breakthrough, Moore's Law Still Rules
Article (September, 1997) by Hiawatha Bray that explains why Moore's Law still holds despite a chip breakthrough that enables a single transistor to hold two bits of information.
Moore's Law for Intel CPUs
Simple graph showing how Intel's x86 microprocessors have obeyed Moore's Law.
The End of Moore's Law?
The current economic boom is likely due to increases in computing speed and decreases in price. Now there are some good reasons to think that the party may be ending.