Fujitsu to conquer Moore's Law by unveiling prototype liquid cooling system for smartphones

Fujitsu recently unveiled a compact liquid cooling system for mobile devices. According to the company’s released information, the device is one of very few (if any) liquid coolers capable of being scaled down to mobile electronics; the current prototype is small enough for tablets (but not yet s...

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