NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Since 1982, I have been writing about Moore's Law, the idea that semiconductor chips can get better-and-better, faster-and-faster. ( Intel ( INTC) now maintains the original 1965 Gordon Moore article
As the chipmaker takes aim at markets that Intel and Nvidia have long dominated, its aggressively-priced products simply need to be 'good enough' to find buyers.
As cars get smarter, more connected and more electrified, they need more chips inside of them.
Either way, the status quo may not be able to be maintained.