Intel and Numonyx, a provider of memory technologies, announced a key breakthrough in the research of phase change memory (PCM), a new non-volatile memory technology that combines many of the benefits of today’s various memory types.
For the first time, researchers have demonstrated a 64Mb test chip that enables the ability to stack, or place, multiple layers of PCM arrays within a single die.
Apple’s next-gen iPhone could be unchanged in physical design but include changes relating to speed, memory and the camera.
At least that’s according an unnamed employee at Apple’s manufacturing partner Foxconn, who claims to have used prototypes of the handset.
A US Company has started an iPod upgrading service that can expand an iPod to 240GB – or 48,000 tracks.
Apple’s largest iPod is the 120GB classic which allows up to 24,000 tracks to be stored.
Many factors influence consumers’ decisions to buy one mobile phone over the other – but it seems that embedded content is an increasingly important one.
A survey by independent app store GetJar has found that brand remains the key purchase decision factor (28% respondents), followed some way behind by user experience (17%).
SanDisk has introduced a 32-GB CompactFlash card aimed at digital photographers and videographers.
At twice the size of SanDisk’s previous largest product the latest Extreme III CompactFlash is the company’s largest CF storage device.