Breakthrough could allow computer memory to get a 1000x speed boost.
A new paper published in the journal Nature shows a new way to switch magnetism at speeds at least 1,000 times faster than is currently used in magnetic memory technologies.
Maybe then we’ll get a computer good enough to play LEGO Island without crashing or glitching.
- At precisely what angle should I lean myself against a wall to convey optimal coolness?
- How much tension in a bubble-wrap bubble yields the most fulfilling pop?
- How fast do my vocal cords need to vibrate in order to make my apology sound genuine?
- How hard to I have to hit someone for it to be construed as an attack, rather than friendly horsing around?
- At what angle do I need to narrow my eyes in order to adequately express my disgust?
- What shade marks the crossover between pink and red, and where, on this spectrum, does one become questionably unmasculine?
“How to not be a slave” is the best part of this.