Capacitors. Open up your computer and they stick out like rocks on a sandy beach. They’re the one kind of electronic device that never made it to Lilliput. If they finally obeyed Moore’s Law by squeezing themselves down to the microscale, it would make life a lot easier for electronics engineers.

In an article on ieeespectrum.org, Maher El-Kady and Richard Kaner describe how laser-etched graphene brings Moore’s Law to energy storage. Read the complete story, here.