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    Electronics cooling advance inspired by ancient insect skin

    Springtail's skin behind the design of a new cooling idea for laptops, IoT and data centres.
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    Re: Electronics cooling advance inspired by ancient insect skin

    so its a bug in the chip that is actually useful? :-)
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    Re: Electronics cooling advance inspired by ancient insect skin

    Intel said they have enough bugs already.

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    Re: Electronics cooling advance inspired by ancient insect skin

    Quote Originally Posted by mers View Post
    Intel said they have enough bugs already.
    I'm sure there's a joke in there about security and porous chips as well.

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