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Air Traffic System Failed Because Of Lacking Computer Memory

05/12/2014, They say that flying is one of the safest modes of traveling, and statistically speaking, it is safer than walking on the street or driving a car. Well, there are cock-ups that might happen during a flight as well, otherwise we would not have series like...

Hybrid Memory Cube Paves The Road To A Bright Future

04/02/2013, There does not seem to be anything that modern day technology cannot do, and when it comes to memory for computers and other kinds of consumer electronics devices, those tend to expand exponentially when it comes to the total capacity. Well, the Hybrid...

Samsung pushes LPDDR3 memory into next-gen devices

06/27/2012, At Uplinq I met representatives of Samsung who are promoting the LPDDR3 memory designed for the next-generation smartphones and tablets. LPDDR is also known as “mobile DDR” and it is a type of memory that can consume 10X less power in standby...

AMD Radeon Memory should be an easy choice

11/28/2011, Yes you read that right, AMD Radeon is now a memory brand as well… When it comes to PC memory, things usually come down to reading the specs of your motherboard and head to an online retailer, except in two cases: first, when you want to absolute...

Monster and SDJ Technologies enter into memory storage deal

11/02/2011, Monster and SDJ Technologies have come together to develop a new “Monster Digital” brand that will handle memory storage needs, which seems pretty out of whack considering how Monster’s expertise lies in rolling out high-performance...

iPhone 4S has 512MB RAM (Rumor)

10/10/2011, We all know what a hit the iPhone 5 (now officially known as the iPhone 4S) would be, the question was not whether it would be a hit or not, but rather, just how big of a hit it would end up as. I guess the question has been answered upon hearing that...

Samsung “Green” DDR3 Memory Modules

09/14/2011, What’s not Green these days? Samsung has released low voltage 30nm RDIMM DDR3 4Mbit memory modules aimed at the server market. They have the particularity of running at only 1.25V , while popular memory modules often run at 1.5V or 1.7V. It may not...

Glass memory preserves data for centuries

08/16/2011, Who would have thought that something as simple as glass could actually be cobbled together to become something totally different – in this case, glass is used in computer memory that makes it far more stable and resilient compared to what you find...

Search engines change how our memory works

07/14/2011, Thanks to Google and other search engines out there, life with the internet has become extremely convenient. Google’s not so recent changes to its search engine (autocomplete, instant search) in addition to fast internet connections has helped users...

Apacer announces new industrial SD card for embedded systems

07/13/2011, While most SD cards are good enough for a wide range of consumers, Apacer has announced a new type of SD card that’s been designed for use in embedded systems in harsh environments.  No word on what these SD cards will be called, but they will be...

Verbatim Store ‘n’ Stay USB Drive is the size of a dime

07/11/2011, Tired of misplacing USB thumb drives because you have to keep removing them from your laptop every time you pack it up to move somewhere? Well, the folks at Verbatim have got some good news for you. They’ve just announced a new series of USB drives...

Elpida Develops Thinner Memory For Smartphones And Tablets

06/23/2011, Elpida Memory and their subsidiary Akita Elpida Memory recently announced that they have managed to develop a technology that would allow them to mass-produce a four layer DRAM package that will only be 0.8 millimeters thick, a 20% reduction from the...

Toshiba introduces Write Once SD card

04/28/2011, Toshiba has just introduced one of the oddest SD cards ever. Called the Toshiba Write Once, this SD card functions just like a regular SD Card – except that you can only write on it once. This means that whatever you store on the card will be forever...