You've just bought a new CPU and it seems to run pretty cool, so you try a bit of overclocking. The GHz climbs higher and higher, it's surely not supposed to be like this? You rush to the internet to share your excitement of hitting the silicon jackpot, and within a few posts, somebody proclaims that you've got yourself a binned chip. But what is it?
A combination of carbon nanotubes and mesoporous silicon made from the ash of barley husks
Chip-to-chip data transfer rates could increase 1,000 fold
A New Orleans startup wants to scale up silicon nanoparticle production for better lithium-ion batteries
Using repurposed silicon from solar panels
SoC-like chiplets to dominate market