A trend apparent in mechanical, electrical and computing devices towards smaller dimensions. Currently, miniaturization of computing devices is occuring at a rate of 5.6 linear dimensions per decade.

Articles on that refer to Miniaturization

Testimony of Ray Kurzweil on the Societal Implications of Nanotechnology By Ray Kurzweil
Top News of 2002 By Ray Kurzweil and Amara D. Angelica
The 21st Century: a Confluence of Accelerating Revolutions By Ray Kurzweil
The Law of Accelerating Returns By Ray Kurzweil
The Human Machine Merger: Why We Will Spend Most of Our Time in Virtual Reality in the Twenty-first Century By Ray Kurzweil
Chapter 1: The Evolution of Mind in the Twenty-First Century By Ray Kurzweil
Exponential Growth an Illusion?: Response to Ilkka Tuomi By Ray Kurzweil
Transcending Moore's Law with Molecular Electronics and Nanotechnology By Steve T. Jurvetson
Dear PC: R.I.P. By Ray Kurzweil
What is the Singularity? By John Smart

News Articles that refer to Miniaturization

Inventor of artificial hand sees 'bionic' replacement parts becoming more human
Chip miniaturization extended by strontium titanate
NEMS: Machines Get Tiny
Of Nanotubes and Buckyballs: Atomic-Scale Building Blocks
A better insulator for miniaturized integrated circuits
Nanochains could yield single-electron transistors
NIST Awards Zyvex Team $25M Contract for Nanotechnology
Bell Labs creates molecular-scale transistors
Scientists Build Tiny Computer From DNA
Korea Budgets $1.56 Billion for Nano