NEC’s new supercomputer introduces multi-core vector processing
NEC releases its latest commercial supercomputer model, boasting the “world’s best yet” when it comes to processing efficiency.
G.Skill announces 8GB 2133MHz DDR3L SO-DIMM memory kit
G.Skill’s newest SO-DIMM memory kit combines an 8 GB memory module with ...
Upcoming SD cards from Toshiba to integrate SeeQVault DRM standard
Toshiba announced the release of their new line of microSDHC cards, which...
G.Skill shows off DDR4 modules at IDF
Engineering samples on display at the show were clocked at 2133 MHz,...
The explosion at Hynix’s factory in Wuxi, China was more smoke than fire according to the company.
Joining the likes of Corsair and Kingston, G.Skill today announces their SO-DIMM DDR3 Ripjaws performance series, targeted at the enthusiast and performance laptop segment.
Samsung has started mass production of 3GB LPDDR3 RAM for mobile phones, built on a 20 nanometer process, and will be introducing it in devices in the second half of 2013.
Looks like Microsoft is doing all it can between now and the final release of the Xbox One next-generation game console to close the gap between the Xbox One and the undeniably more powerful Sony PlayStation 4.
Troubled SSD maker OCZ said today that it is still working on filing its latest financial statements with the SEC.
Panasonic has just unveiled their new UHS Speed Class (Class 1) and SD Speed Class (Class 10) microSD cards, the microSDHC UHS-1 Card series.
In tandem with the launch of G.Skill’s latest high speed memory kits optimized for the Haswell platform, the memory maker invited pro-overclockers from around the world to participate in a live OC showcase at their Computex booth. At the end of the week, six benchmark/frequency world records were achieved with the help of their TridentX
The upcoming Intel Haswell CPUs will purportedly come with increased core and memory frequency headroom over the previous generations, especially under extreme subzero cooling. At the upcoming G.Skill Computex showcase, top overclockers representing the major motherboard manufacturers will be looking to raise the bar once again on the performance frontiers.
A new concept of a ‘tear and share’ flash drive has been developed that works just like a tear off note advertisement often found on cork message boards. The paper encased USB flash drive fit anywhere you can put a credit card and are made to tear off and giveaway.
NASA has been forced to put the Curiosity Mars rover into safe mode after encountering a corrupted file computer glitch.
One of the highlights of the Sandy Bridge-E HEDT platform is the ability to populate up to eight memory modules onto the motherboard, which was previously only possible on multi-socket workstation and server offerings. Today we explore such a configuration with Kingston's latest high speed 64GB memory kit.
Researchers have discovered that a short exposure to intense heat can repair flash memory chips, which traditionally suffer from reliability issues over time.
A company called SmartMetric Inc. has created a new type of device that stores your medical record data in a small keying. This storage device is unique in that it will give caregivers access immediately and that it is stored locally and not in some central database.
The Fender guitar company, which is famous for their high-end, solid-body styled electric guitars has recently introduced a revolutionary USB enabled guitar called the Squier Stratocaster. The newly designed USB enabled instrument will offer the ability for the user to record and share tracks without any need of additional hookups.
By random chance, we stumbled upon the latest batch of US$18.99 / SGD$33 Kingston 4GB value sticks which are now equipped with Hynix CFR chips, usually found in high end memory kits costing twice or more. How well did they perform?