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Samsung, Sun joins forces to bring SSDs to servers

Samsung and Sun Microsystems announced on Tuesday that they have co-developed a new 8 Gbit single-level-cell (SLC) flash memory for use in solid-state drives (SSD). According to the companies,… Read more…

Seagate plans 2TB SSD for next year

Seagate will be bringing in the company’s first SSD (solid state drive) offering by next year. Not surprisingly, it will be targeted squarely at the enterprise where they can afford the premium

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Intel introduces 32Gb flash chips

Intel is set to produce a 32Gb NAND flash memory that it jointly developed with Micron Technology. Based on a 34-nanometer technology, it is the smallest NAND process geometry on the market and

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ALSO NOTED: XP/Vista attack bypasses security via Firewire; Intel sees flash memory prices dropping;

> Intel sees flash memory prices dropping. Article> Is your desk a tangle of cables? Clean up the mess with… Read more…

Everex Cloudbook coming to Wal-Mart

Fancy the Eee PC’s diminutive size and price but wish it had more storage space in lieu of that fancy flash memory? Read more…

Ultraportable MacBook Pro in January?

Eee PC gets unboxed, dissected

Well, that sure was quick. While we’ve come to expect our gadget unboxings and dissections delivered hot and fast, I don’t think that any of us expected this much dirt on Read more…

ALSO NOTED: The death of the Google phone?; Dell to start selling PCs at Staples;

> The death of the Google phone? Article> eMachines looses some cheap new desktops. Read more…

Samsung developing universal flash card

CF cards. SD cards. MicroSD cards. Memory Sticks. XD cards. Are you tired of having to juggle multiple flash card formats for your various… Read more…

Seagate to enter the SSD market

What’s one sign of a tech market about to take off? Vendors who had previously shown no interest bowing their heads and entering the market. Case in point: Seagate, up until now a manufacturer of… Read more…