Intel wraps up its annual developers forum in San Francisco today, showing off its newest microchips.

Intel co-founder Gordon Moore predicted in 1965 that the number of transistors that fits on a chip would roughly double every two years.

His prediction held up and has come to be known as Moore’s Law.

But how much longer can technologists keep up this pace?

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Joshua Johnson

Since July 2010 Joshua Johnson (Twitter @jejohnson322) has been the Morning Newscaster on KQED Public Radio. Yes, that really is his "normal voice". He also guest-hosts KQED's public affairs program Forum and contributes to the television program KQED Newsroom.

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