Toshiba on Friday officially unveiled plans to sell off a portion of its memory business, including its solid-state drive unit, to an as-yet unnamed buyer.
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Toshiba today officially announced it plans to sell off a portion of its memory business, including its solid-state drive unit, to Western Digital.
Computer scientists in Singapore and Germany have collaborated to create a resistive RAM chip that not only stores data but can act as a computer processor.
Nano-RAM, which is based on carbon nanotubes, is now being produced in seven fabrication plants in various parts of the world and is expected to challenge traditional memory and flash for dominance.
IBM's Watson Health division and the FDA are teaming up to explore using blockchain technology for secure, efficient and scalable exchange of health data, which could lead to enormous advances in research.
Dell announced at CES that it’s working with WiTricity to create what it calls the world’s first wireless charging 2-in-1 laptop: the Latitude 7285.
SanDisk today announced its fastest USB thumb drive, which approaches internal SSD drive speeds with up to 420MBps data transfer rates.
Kingston has announced what is likely the highest-capacity USB thumb drive available today, a 2TB model in a shock-resistant, zinc-alloy metal casing.
Intel has announced it purchased a 15% stake in HERE, a company that makes high-definition maps for semi- and fully autonomous vehicles.
Intel said it would ship its Optane memory, also known as 3D XPoint, in 16GB and 32GB M.2 memory expansion cards in the second quarter this year.
The pace at which the storage industry is adopting denser and faster 3D NAND has quickened; it is expected to exceed 30% of flash bit shipments by the end of 2016.
Western Digital today released two hard drives and an SSD specifically developed for the Raspberry Pi micro PC.
The use of solid state drives in notebooks and laptops has surpassed analyst expectations and is expected to reach 50% within the next few years.
The nonprofit Internet Archive, a U.S.-based online library of content that spans decades, wants to open a second backup site in Canada to ensure the data is kept safe in the aftermath of the presidential election.
Last month, start-up Level Ex launched a surgical simulator that was developed by a video gaming programmer who found notoriety by literally throwing together his first app.