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Micron's 256GB solid-state drive debuts at $110

Solid-state drive storage on the cheap. Micron's new SSD makes 256GB downright affordable.

By June 2, 2014

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Rambus bags last major litigation target Micron

Micron, one of the last holdouts, settles over DRAM memory patents. The deal includes Elpida, a major supplier to Apple.

By December 10, 2013

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Micron customers won't have to wait long for 3D flash memory

CEO Mark Durcan tells CNET that the company will start providing samples of the advanced memory technology to customers in the first quarter of 2014.

By August 8, 2013

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Micron completes $2 billion buy of chip supplier to Apple

Idaho-based Micron Technology immediately becomes one of the largest suppliers of mobile memory for popular products like the iPad and iPhone.

By July 31, 2013

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Micron's new terabyte-class SSD is under $600

The company is aggressively pricing its 1TB-class solid-state drives, due to arrive in the coming weeks.

By January 10, 2013

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Micron Technology Pop Video

While it has a few small drawbacks, this tiny $99 pico projector is a nifty iPhone accessory that produces a picture that's good enough for casual viewing.

May 9, 2012

3.5 stars Editors' rating May 9, 2012

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Micron to buy major Apple supplier Elpida, takes on Samsung

U.S.-based Micron could become a major supplier of memory chips to Apple when it completes the purchase of Japan-based Elpida.

By July 2, 2012

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Elpida buyout would make Micron major Apple chip supplier

Micron may become a major supplier of memory chips to Apple if it completes the purchase of Japan-based Elpida, the third-largest memory chip manufacturer.

By May 10, 2012

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Micron puts large-capacity SSD in small package

Micron shrinks its solid-state drives but preserves the performance.

By April 10, 2012

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CEO Appleton reflected Micron's high-risk business

The death of Micron Technology's CEO during a solo flight in a hard-to-handle aircraft symbolizes the risky memory chip market that is the company's bread and butter.

By February 4, 2012