Storage capacities in cars could soon see a boost with the first 80 GB hard drive arriving these days.
Australian company Fairlight has created a new interactive keyboard that allows full motion videos on every key.
Micron today announced that it will jump on the NAND flash-based solid state disk (SSD) train. The first drives are expected to become available in the first quarter of 2008.
After a successful initial run, the One Laptop Per Child initiative is extending a promotion that allows consumers to buy a laptop for $200 and send another one to a developing countries for $200 more.
Mtron has begun shipping what the company claims is the currently fastest flash-based solid-state disk drive for consumer applications: The SSD Mobi promises data read rates of up to 100 MB/s.
Analyst Opinion - The fourth quarter, particularly after Black Friday, is particularly important to the PC industry. PCs are, for the first time in this decade, according to the CEA, at the top of the wish list for folks in the US and that indicates that volume should be very strong. While we often watch Apple, Dell, HP, Acer (Gateway), and Lenovo in this segment, the big fight is always between AMD and Intel.