By Rick Richardson
"Moore's Law is over," said Mike Muller, chief technology officer at chip designer Arm, the Japanese-owned company whose processor cores are found inside most mobile phones.
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Given Moore's Law has been the engine driving the breakneck pace at which computers have advanced over the past 50 years, this statement might seem worrying.
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