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Tag: Chips

First There Was TriceraTACO… Then There Was NACHOsaurus

First There Was TriceraTACO… Then There Was NACHOsaurus
A while back, we checked out a silly triceratops that doubled as a taco holder. The same company would go on to create TACOsaurus Rex, and now we have the NACHOsaurus, a snack set inspired by the spiny-backed herbivore known as the stegosaurus.

Chirps Chips are Made from Crickets

Chirps Chips are Made from Crickets
I hate crickets. You know, those bugs that somehow find their way into your home and spend the night chirping and keeping you awake. I have a strict “stomp that bastard” rule in my house. If you see a cricket inside and let it live, you hunt until you find and smash it, lest it keep me awake at night.
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Tostitos New Super Bowl Bag Really Is All That and a Bag of Chips

Tostitos New Super Bowl Bag Really Is All That and a Bag of Chips
No matter whose house you go to to watch the Super Bowl next month, you can bet there will be some chips and dip on hand to snack on. There might even be some Tostitos tortilla chips to slather in queso or guac.

Strawberry Shortcake Potato Chips Hit Japan

Strawberry Shortcake Potato Chips Hit Japan
Japan doesn’t have a strangle hold on weird snacks, Lay’s has some oddly flavored chips here in the U.S. as well. However, Japan does have snack oddities like the gold leaf Kit Kat bar, and now Japanese snackers can get potato chips that taste like dessert.

Bloom Chips Packaging Fixes the Pringles Can

Bloom Chips Packaging Fixes the Pringles Can
You know those cylindrical canisters that Pringles come in? The ones that always seem like such a hassle because you can’t get more than a handful of chips every time you push your hand down the tube?

Low-Resistance Nanowires Could Save Moore’s Law

Low-Resistance Nanowires Could Save Moore’s Law
Moore’s Law has been around for a long time and is often applied to the way that semiconductor tend to get smaller and faster over time. The law has proven correct for many years but some have been predicting the law will fail as gains in semiconductor performance and size have slowed.
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