University of Cambridge scientists have created a new type of microchip which allows information to travel in three dimensions for the first time.
Scientists say they've found a comparatively error-free way to store data in DNA, and have already used it to encode Shakespeare's sonnets and MP3 music files.
To demonstrate that DNA's suitable for use as a large-scale data storage medium, a team of scientists has encoded a 5.27MB book using DNA microchips, and then read it back again.
Giving a different meaning to data storage in the cloud, scientists have succeeded in storing a miniature movie in a room-teperature atomic vapor.
Kingston has rolled out a new SSD targeted at gamers and enthusiasts on a budget. The HyperX 3K - which uses MLC flash NAND - is a 2.5-inch form factor unit with a SATA 3.0 6 Gb/s interface.
Scientists have captured direct images of the long-theorized but never before seen magnetic monopoles.
Monopoles - magnets which have just a single pole - were theoretically conceived by the British-Swiss physicist Paul Dirac, who showed in the 1930s that their existence is consistent with quantum theory.