With smartphone and tablet devices becoming more technologically advanced with quad-core processor and LTE support, it could be a pain to playback high-quality images and video playback directly from your memory card which is unable to support such speeds. But worry not. Samsung Korea has announced the new Ultra High Speed-1 microSD card for this purpose.
With the introduction of its new 7-series chipsets – specifically the Z77 and H77 as well as a few mobile variants – Intel will be adding two new technologies in addition to Smart Response. These two new additions will be known as Rapid Start and Smart Connect and the requirements have now been detailed courtesy
If you're into overclocking, then the news that Intel's upcoming Ivy Bridge processors can reach memory speeds of over 3GHz is going to be exciting news in itself, but the fact that it can be done on four DIMMs is just insane. Intel has obviously done some serious improvements to the memory controller in Ivy
"What if I have about US$5000 to spend – Could I have a true 8-core/16-thread CPU in a small form factor setup without compromising on storage, thermals or online gaming prowess?" Well, we show that we can!
G.Skill recently unveiled their new low profile ARES line of memory. It is aimed at performance systems using very large air coolers where tall ramsinks is an issue. Here for review we have the top spec kit in the range. This 2133MHz 2 x 4GB kit has stock timings of 9-11-10-28 @ 1.65v. Let's see
The inevitable has happened for Japanese memory maker Elpida, with the company filing for bankruptcy protection due to its whopping 448 billion yen ($5.55 billion) in debt.
Japanese chipmaker Elpida Memory said its future is uncertain as it finds it increasingly difficult to repay its growing debts.
It's that time again when we're getting yet another letter to add to the ones we already love and cherish when it comes to memory acronyms and this time it's the letter m and it's quite suitable that it comes from Micron then, in the shape of its DDR3Lm memory. What DDR3Lm memory brings to
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies has announced the Ultrastar enterprise-class solid-state drive (SSD), which it claims is the industry’s first to use 25nm single-level cell (SLC) NAND flash.
After everything settled with Rambus getting their key patents invalidated and losing 60% of market value in a single day, NVIDIA finally decided to sit down with Rambus and iron things out about the new, favorable agreement for the company.
Intellectual property holder Rambus has bought computer memory company Unity Semiconductor for $35 million, a move designed to strengthen its position as a major licensor of memory products.
With memory pricing remaining at record low levels there's no wonder that the memory manufacturers are trying to convince its customers to buy higher capacity modules, although even those are appearing to be moving towards more affordable price points. Adata has a pair of new 8GB modules in its Premier series which despite the name
Samsung has announced production of its latest memory chips aimed at the entry-level and mid-level smartphone markets.
Kingston showed off some of its latest creations alongside the ongoing International CES event, in Las Vegas. Visiting journalists were shown a variety of products from Kingston's PC memory and SSD portfolios.
Samsung has been granted permission to build a Flash memory chip plant in China worth in the region of 5 trillion won ($4.5 billion) as the smartphone and tablet computer markets continue to boom.
2012 is so far looking like it'll be a great year for mobile devices with plenty of quad core ARM implementations arriving, higher resolution screens expected, faster flash storage memory at ever increasing capacities and now, super-fast, low power memory, at least if Elpida has anything to do with it. The company has announced that
Today we take a look at a very well priced 8GB dual channel memory kit from G.Skill. This kit has decent timings for an 8GB kit, and we will put it through its paces in terms of overclocking and tweaking. Follow us as we test this memory and see how it does.
Elpida Memory is to begin talks in January with rival DRAM maker Nanya Technology on a possible merger as the companies struggle to cope with falling prices and tough competition.
Rambus has settled a lawsuit taken against it by a stockholder for $10.85 million, marking a rare turning of the tables in the company's frequent legal battles.
If all goes well, then we can look forward to much larger SSDs come the second half of next year as Intel and Micron has announced that their joint venture IM Flash Technologies will be launching 128Gbit NAND flash sometime in the second half of next year. In the meantime, we'll have to make do