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Back to the future

26 February 2019 By Robert Cyran

For decades, raw computing power increased and became cheaper at a heady pace. The death of the trend means chip producers seeking an edge must specialize or find more difficult advances. One result will be a more fragmented industry. Intel and others have their work cut out.

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