Apparently, HP is up and coming, having developed a new technology to replace the transistor, which has ruled computing in various forms (becoming smaller and smaller) up until today. It’ll be interesting to see if this takes of in the mentioned timeframe. Here is the story at CNN.
I just wonder, if home-user will _really_ benefit from this? (I know, this is not only about home computing, but that’s not my point.) I have a rather fast&evil machine now, and I doubt I use more than 50% of its capacity, even if I try. I don’t do video-editing, I admit, but for everything else: why? why such great computing power?