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Flash memory moves forward

Solid-state technology is a force to be reckoned with in data storage, but the game isn't over just yet.

Solid-state technology is a force to be reckoned with in data storage, but the game isn't over just yet.

Coming soon: The solid-state server, TVs with autorewind

A server you can drop on the ground and a TV that comes with a built-in TiVo. There's progress for you.
August 13, 2007

Chipmakers get the European Commission's thumbs-up to spin off and combine their flash memory units.
August 13, 2007

Trivia: Who commissioned the first memory cards?

It's a Kodak moment the company would rather forget as others made piles of money on flash cards.
August 10, 2007

New entrant to universal-memory contest--Grandis

Company has developed a magnetic type of memory chip that it's calling "the cheapest solution out there for universal memory."
August 10, 2007

Flash memory replacement coming this year?

Observers say Intel and STMicroelectronics may soon outline plans to go commercial with phase-change memory chips.
August 9, 2007

Flash memory will take over the world, if the laws of physics don't get it first, according to one of the technology's biggest backers.
August 8, 2007

Is flash memory facing a physics crisis?

NAND flash is crushing the competition, but it's going to become much harder to continue to improve NAND chips.
August 8, 2007