Top 10 Tech Breakthroughs in 2023

When I transferred to the Wall Street Journal's San Francisco bureau in 1996, the bureau chief had a story all lined up for me. He had sold the front page editor on the notion that Moore's law was dying. After decades during which the computing power of a chip doubled every year and a half or so at no increase in cost, the technology for etching devices on chips seemingly couldn't be improved further.