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?

Moore’s Law Still Alive After Nearly Half a Century 12 September,2013Joshua Johnson



Joshua Johnson

Joshua Johnson is the creator and host of Truth Be Told, a special series on race from KQED and PRI. Prior to creating the show, he served as the station's morning news anchor for five-and-half years.

Prior to joining KQED, Joshua spent six years as an anchor/reporter for WLRN Miami Herald News. He's a native of South Florida, with degrees from the University of Miami. His reporting and newscasting have won awards from the Radio Television Digital News Association and from the National Association of Black Journalists. Joshua is also active in his union, SAG-AFTRA. He lives in San Francisco.

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