Rick gets hands-on with the long-in-development Kingdom Under Fire II.
The Ryzen 9 3950X, Intel's Cascade Lake-X, and AMD's 3rd Gen Threadripper will reshape our perceptions of the CPU market.
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Hynix has announced a deal with SK Group and a new name: SK Hynix.
DRAMeXchange has published a list of industry trends which includes a timescale for adoption of SATA Express.
Intel is selling its stake in two of its three NAND flash production facilities to partner Micron.
SanDisk is presenting a paper regarding its triple-bit MLC flash technology at the ISSCC event this week.
Patent house Rambus has acquired memory specialist Unity Semiconductor in a bet on the future of SSDs.
Intel launches its latest SSD range, the 520 Series, featuring an LSI SandForce controller.
Memory giant Elpida has confirmed the creation of a resistive RAM (ReRAM) prototype module.
BitMicro claims its latest SSD controller, TALINO-DE, will lead to 5TB solid-state storage devices.
Scientists unveil a building block for 'universal memory' - DFG-FETs.
Samsung has unveiled a new chipset which offers 480MB/sec wireless USB.
Both Toshiba and Panasonic have announced new ultra-fast SD cards, but which is fastest?
Intel-Micron Flash Technologies has unveiled new NAND chips based around TLC technology.
Hynix has announced mass production of its latest 64Gb 20nm NAND flash chips for SSDs.
Toshiba has announced the industry's first 128GB embedded NAND flash chip for portable devices.
Samsung has announced a new high-performance 'toggle-mode' SSD.
A small Israeli start-up has developed a chip which boosts the reliability of MLC-based SSDs.
OCZ Technology has launched its first SSD to retail under $100 - the 32GB Onyx. The question remains - is it cheap enough for the storage space on offer?
According to a report from DRAMeXchange, solid state storage will make a poor showing this year - accounting for a mere 1.5 percent of notebook shipments.
November 13 2019 | 09:50
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