Plastic memory could replace silicon

By on November 12, 2003, 11:57 PM
A new memory technology promises to store more data at less cost than the expensive-to-build silicon chips used by popular consumer gadgets including digital cameras, cell phones and portable music players. The magical ingredient isnít smaller transistors or an exotic material cooked up by the semiconductor industry.Itís a plastic.

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