Linked by David Adams on Mon 16th May 2011 02:31 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems HP scientists have made a small breakthrough in the development of a next-generation memory technology called memristors, which some see as a potential replacement for today's widely used flash and DRAM technologies. In a paper to be published Monday in the journal "Nanotechnology," scientists report that they have mapped out the basic chemistry and structure of what happens inside a memristor during its electrical operation.
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RE[2]: Nanometer
by red_devel on Tue 17th May 2011 18:03 UTC in reply to "RE: Nanometer"
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Would you like to come work for my company? We will require you to work long hours and do technical work, but we will reward you handsomely by paying you about $100,000 a year.

......two weeks later......

What? $10,000 is ABOUT $100,000!

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