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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.
Just weeks before we are supposed to see the first commercial processors with 3D transistor structures, researchers from Purdue and Harvard announced that they succeeded in the development of a transistor that...
Kingston claims the world record for DDR3 clock frequency with its HyperX T1 model.
Corsair is set to release its Vengeance high-performance memory for notebooks and laptops.
It's been a yawner of a year, but we will hit a milestone mark.
Consumers should expect to see higher capacities and lower prices next year with the launch of Intel and Micron's 128 Gb NAND device.
You can debate Moore's Law back and forth, but it appears that there is always speculation that it will hit a wall eventually.
There are not many highlights in the 2011 semiconductor sales ranking; only four of the 20 largest chip companies were able to post double-digit growth rates.
Researchers at MIT have developed a new device that eliminates the need for the conversion of optical to electronic (and, conversely, electronic to optical) signals.
Patriot and Visiontek have begun producing AMD-branded desktop memory modules.
Did you know that each sperm carries the equivalent of 37.5 MB of DNA data? Imagine the throughput of hundreds of million sperm!
Prices for DRAMs have dropped to a new low.
Semiconductor revenues are now expected to climb by just 1.2 percent this year and remain essentially flat over 2010, according to a new report released by IHS.
Rambus suffered a painful loss in court against Micron and Hynix.
Corsair has announced a full line of quad-channel memory kits designed for the LGA 2011 socket to go along with its original 32GB set announced in October.
A patent for Microsoft's ReadyBoost technology, which surfaced first in Windows Vista was recently resubmitted by Microsoft for approval by the USPTO.
With the release of Intel's X79 platform, G.Skill has released fourteen DDR3 quad-channel memory kits designed specifically for the LGA 2011 socket.
Fusion-io has doubled the storage capacity in its ioMemory product line with its 10 TB ioDrive Octal.
Researchers at Stanford University have an idea how to overcome latency and performance bottlenecks of hard drive and solid state disk-based storage systems.
The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) announced that it has developed a "fully flexible" non-volatile resistive random access memory (RRAM) device.
Not every patent results in an actual product. However, if this patent filing has any substance in Nvidia's product plans, then there is a good chance that Nvidia will soon play a much bigger role in CPU...
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Sandisk revealed that it will be transitioning its 24 nm flash production to a new 19 nm generation to remain cost competitive in the industry.
A discovery announced by German researchers shows that heat energy dissipated by processors could be used to fuel certain processor actions or store data efficiently.
Researchers at Imperial College in London have created biological logic gates similar to those used in integrated circuits using E.Coli bacteria and DNA.
While Gartner is expecting NAND Flash memory to surpass DRAM sales by 2014, analysts from IHS say that DRAM manufacturers will see massive growth in demand from the smartphone segment.
A patent licensing company has hit Acer, Gateway, Acer as well as Dell with a patent infringement lawsuit that targets most of their product offerings.