Robot trading cards, Dark Silicon & other last-minute stocking stuffers

These are among treasures (somewhat jokingly) suggested for your loved ones by Georgia Tech researchers

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Researchers at Georgia Tech produce some of the most intriguing creations around in terms of technologies that might one day make their way into enterprise networks.

Now for the third year, Ga Tech has issued its tongue-in-cheek holiday gift guide, full of helpful suggestions, such as Robot trading cards featuring automatons from the school's labs, and Dark Silicon, which might sound like a sort of jewelry or perfume but is really technology for making computer chips run more efficiently.

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