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See-through memory chips
Posted: 29 March 2012

Imagine a day when a rolled up piece of plastic is actually a fully functioning tablet computer. That day is not so far off, thanks to new flexible transparent memory chips. When the screen is the memory as well as the screen, things just become much simpler to manufacture in an integrated fashion.

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