Samsung claims it has developed the world’s fastest memory: The GDDR5 (series five, graphics double-data-rate memory) chip is capable of transferring data at a speed of 6 Gb/s.
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.