Moon Express is gunning for the $20 million Google Lunar XPrize. We went down to Florida to watch a test of the team's lunar lander and to get an early look at its historic new facility.
Do you know that there's a garbage collection inside your SSD? It's true! CNET editor Dong Ngo explains that and more. He also answers SSD-related questions.
Plextor shows off a series of new solid-state storage products ranging from eMMC and mSATA to enterprise-standard SSDs.
There's nothing like a solid-state drive to speed up PC performance. And Intel now offers a small-capacity SSD to boost the performance of systems that are based on hard disk drives.
The iPhone 4S teardown by iFixit confirms 512MB of memory, a slightly improved battery, and an Apple A5 chip that appears to more or less the same as the one in the iPad 2.
Today was a special day because it was the Buzz Out Loud Bonus Makeup Monday Show. Netflix is still in the news while some major rivals show off their goods this week including Amazon, Dish Network & Blockbuster. Facebook is scaring people all around the world with the latest changes. Is logging off of Facebook enough? And we hear from our fans in an extended Feedback Loop Loop Loop. We will be back live on Thursday at 10am PST so please tune in.
Apple, evidently, has a lot of employees with drinking problems, and it keeps letting those employees take iPhone prototypes out of the building. Really? Wow, dudes. Also, T-Mobile tries to pump up its employees over the merger situation, you can finally legally play Doom in Germany, tablet makers try everything but the easy solution, and China is going to kill us all. Or give us $99 tablets, hard to say. And Buzz Out Loud is getting out of the daily deals business.
Company announces six new hard drives and solid-state drives for the enterprise market that collectively offer top speeds and storage space.
Chip giant announces it's a lead investor in a company that makes flash memory storage more suitable for large businesses, while Hitachi announces commercial flash products based on joint development with Intel.
The market for drives that integrate the performance-boosting benefits of flash memory is expected to double every year until 2016.