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A new processing technique allows the creation of solar cells from silicon that is 1,000 times less pure, and thus less expensive, than the current industry standard.

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Top Stories TodayTSMC, HiSilicon unveil 16nm FinFET chip

TSMC's 16nm FinFET process promises impressive speed and power improvements as well as leakage reduction. It has twice the gate density of TSMC's 28nm HPM process.

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