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.
We've all suspected it, and apparently it's true: search engines such as Google are destroying our memory.
IBM researchers have for the first time found a way of enabling phase-change memory to store data for longer, opening the way for low-cost, faster and more reliable memory applications.
A University of California, San Diego team will next week demonstrate a phase-change memory solid state storage device that's thousands of times faster than a conventional hard drive.
Scientists have developed egg-shaped nanomagnets that could be used for making future low-power computer memories.
Scientists at the University of Edinburgh say they have created fast, low-energy memory for MP3s, smartphones and cameras.
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a new device that they say represents a big advance for computer memory, making server farms more energy efficient and allowing computers to start more quickly.
IBM is developing a new class of memory that could eventually allow portable devices to store thousands of movies and run on a single battery for weeks at a time.
University of Utah physicists have stored information for 112 seconds in atomic nuclei and then been able to read it back.
In Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, two people undergo a procedure to erase the memory of one another from their minds. And now love-lorn mice, at least, can experience the same relief from upsetting memories.
Hewlett Packard (HP) and Hynix are teaming up to promote the use of ReRAM in future electronic devices. The next-generation chip - which is based on memristor technology - could eventually replace flash memory used in today's mobile phones and MP3 players.
Intel and Micron have successfully sampled the first batch of 3-bit-per-cell (3bpc) NAND flash memory produced with 25-nanometer (nm) process technology.
Rambus has introduced a high-performance, low-cost DDR3 memory controller for HDTVs, Blu-ray players and digital set-top boxes.
An Australian team says it's developed the most efficient quantum memory for light ever, and has used it to create read-once holograms.
AMD has expanded its ATI FirePro lineup with the introduction of five new graphics cards: the V7800, V5800, V4800, V3800 and 2460 (Multi-View).
Micron is currently sampling a monolithic 2-gigabit(Gb) low-power DDR2 (LPDDR2) memory device designed to facilitate improved battery life and optimized system performance for ARM-based smartphones.
Wicked! OCZ has introduced the Vertex 2 and Agility 2 SATA II 2.5" Solid State Drive (SSD) series.
A recent discovery by a team of Hewlett Packard researchers could eventually help redefine the capabilities, speed and capacity of conventional memory.
Toshiba has confirmed that it will be spending some 15 billion yen ($160 million) to build a test production line for advanced flash memory chips.
Kingston has debuted what it claims is the "world's fastest" Intel-certified memory.