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7 innovations that could shape the future of computing

A semiconductor chip designer works on a computer component at the Indian unit of Texas Instruments Inc in Bangalore. Texas Instruments was the first computer software company to set up its operations in the city in 1985. Bangalore today is home to dozens of global and domestic technology companies employing an estimated 75,000 software professionals and is popularly referred to as Asia's 'Silicon Valley'.

So while we may be approaching the limits of what silicon chips can do, technology itself is still accelerating. Image: REUTERS/Savita Kirloskar;

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