Researchers find state of matter that may extend Moore's Law - Business - Macworld UK:

Researchers at McGill University in Montreal have discovered a new state of matter that they say could greatly extend Moore's Law.

That's great, but does a consumer really need more power at this point? I mean, other than for playing Quake. Folding@home claims that it'd cost about $130 to run 24/7 for a year. Why stop there? I mean, we buy our PCs in the interest of distributed computing, right? When do we get an iPhone client?

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