The DRAM supply shortage isn’t getting better and memory maker Inotera now believes it will drag on until the end of the year. Strong demand for smartphones and tablets is to blame, and prices are going up as well.
Resistive memory cells (ReRAM) are regarded as a potential, yet promising platform for future generations of computer memories.
It looks like Hynix will recover from Apple's falling iPhone sales by selling its DRAM to Cupertino's arch enemy, Samsung.
Industry analysts believe the memory sector will continue to do relatively well despite a decline in NAND demand. Although NAND might not be a very hot commodity, DRAM sales are expected to surge, reports The China Post.
An international team of researchers has found a new way to switch magnetism that is at least 1,000 times faster than currently used in magnetic memory technologies.
Before long now, it will become the norm to have detailed, indoor, 3D maps - accessible on your smartphone.
Microsoft's Xbox 720 (Next) console is slated to make its long-awaited debut at E3 2013 in Los Angeles this June.
The Curiosity ground team has been forced to switch the Mars rover to a redundant onboard computer, thanks to a memory problem.
Facebook posts are easier to remember than books or even faces - so much so that the difference in memory between posts and printed words is as big as the difference between normal people and amnesiacs.
By using electric voltage instead of electric current, UCLA researchers say they've made major improvements to the ultra-fast, high-capacity magnetoresistive random access memory, or MRAM.
Hard drive capacity could increase by five times, thanks to a new process currently being tested by supplier HGST.
The $3,500 OS X ModBook has been revamped with increased SSD capacity and RAM, along with the doubling of pen pressure sensitivity levels.
University of Sydney researchers have shown that brainless slime molds can remember where they've been and navigate a maze using excreted chemicals as a memory system.
Scientists have discovered a new class of materials that could lead to improvements in computer memory.
Forget optical computing or quantum computing: researchers at Aalto University have successfully used water droplets as bits of digital information.
A new type of super-fast memory is on the cards, thanks to the creation of the first purely silicon oxide-based Resistive RAM memory chip that can operate in ambient conditions.
Scientists say they've been able to control specific memories in mice in research that they hope could help treat diseases such as schizophrenia and post traumatic stress disorder.
Have you ever walked into a room and forgot what you were doing? It turns out there may be a psychological reason for this mini-mental breakdown everyone is somewhat familiar with.
Researchers are developing a new type of computer memory that could be faster than existing commercial memory and use far less power than flash memory devices.
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a soft, flexible memory device that can function well in wet environments – perfect for electronic devices designed to work in and with the human body.