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Memory is the high-speed storage between your CPU and hard drive. Naturally, you want it to be both fast and plentiful. Our editorial team can help walk you through picking the right RAM kit for your motherboard, optimizing its performance, and keeping it running stably.
New smartphones, tablets and ultrabooks using Intel processors to be unveiled at the event.
When it comes to gaming, the integrated Radeon on AMD's Trinity architecture crushes the HD Graphics 4000 engine native to Intel's fastest Ivy Bridge CPU. But we want to make a good thing better. How much does...
Generated revenues of $6.02 billion.
Not all games are held back by graphics performance. Some seem to be CPU-limited. However, we've even seen benchmark results that appeared to be affected by memory bandwidth. Today we compare quad-channel,...
New plant will have more than 244,000 square meters.
Semiconductor firm reported net loss of nearly half a billion dollars during 2012's fourth quarter.
Said to be powered by 8-core 1.6GHz processor and 8 GB of RAM.
AMD has hired former Qualcomm and Apple engineers.
Famed technology inventor Ray Kurzweil working on making intelligent computers understand human language.
2GHz dual-core Intel Atom processor bests quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro.
Apple set to end its business ties with competitor.
GlobalFoundries said it will be expanding its Fab 8 manufacturing campus Malta, New York with a $2 billion R&D fab.
APUs codenamed "Temash" and "Kabini".
We go where no thumb drive has gone before, with Mr. Spock at the helm.
The flash memory market volume is expected to exceed DRAM revenue for the first time this year.
Toshiba will be showcasing a memory card at CES 2012, which is equipped with Transferjet wireless technology.
Micron saw a 20-percent increase in SSD sales compared to the previous quarter.
Researchers at UCLA have developed a variant of MRAM, which they claim can reach much higher densities and consume up to 1000 times less power than current STT-MRAM.
Technology giant has now invested $13 billion into Austin plant.
Nvelo's "SSD caching" systems utilized for speeding up retrieval of data in devices.
There has been growing interest in DRAMs that do not lose their content when the power to them is cut.
Via Labs launched two new USB 3.0 device controllers.
Indium gallium arsenide is gaining traction as a potential successor of silicon in semiconductors.
Toshiba has developed a new element for MRAM, lowering its overall power consumption.
Vendors are said to be moving focus away from reliance on mobile processors.
Few users may have ever reached the end of life of a flash drive, yet we know that mainstream drives can, realistically, not exceed 100,000 read/write cycles and many cheap flash drives are even rated well...