Samsung develops 6 Gb/s memory

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.

Samsung and Toshiba to share specifications for premium NAND flash

AMD to lower Radeon HD 3800 series GPU pricing

Nvidia to launch GeForce 9 series in February

One more panel maker to join 15.6" monitor panel campaign

DRAM prices stabilize as Micron adjusts pricing strategy

Hynix, Micron and Intel deliver flashy performances in Q3 NAND flash market, says iSuppli

AMD triple-core CPUs to launch in February 2008

Leadtek launches high-end graphics card for enthusiast market

Asustek launches 2-liter desktop PC

Automotive hard disk drives arrive at 80 GB

Storage capacities in cars could soon see a boost with the first 80 GB hard drive arriving these days.

Fairlight ships "better than OLED" keyboard

Australian company Fairlight has created a new interactive keyboard that allows full motion videos on every key.

Micron to offer solid state disk drives

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.

HP to introduce printer with DVD burning feature

NPC sees strong FC substrate demand from Nvidia and AMD

Dell announces Penryn workstations

Nvidia delays GeForce 8800 GTS

Rush orders for digital photo frame solutions rallying sales of IC designer SQ

"One Laptop Per Child" purchasing program extended

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 releases performance SSD for the consumer market

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.