Researchers have found that a blast of 800C heat can stop flash memory from wearing out.
Samsung has started to mass-produce its latest mobile flash memory, which it claims is four times faster than what's currently used.
British LCD TV company, Cello Electronics, has launched the UK's first Personal Video Recorder (PVR) Freeview TV that records onto SD cards rather than a built-in hard drive.
After our recent story of Vertical Circuits, the small company attempting to build 3D flash memory chips, we have news of a bigger player taking the same approach to the imminent end of expanding storage capacities.
A new way of building electronic circuitry that pours a liquid epoxy resin over components promises future gadgets that are likely to be both thinner and better fitted-out than ever before.
Tech companies are showing off thousands of brand new products at CES and it soon becomes apparent that many of them have certain things in common. Here are 10 great examples
The negotiations between Sandisk, the world's largest memory card manufacturer, and Samsung have reportedly turned sour after Sandisk rejected the Korean company's latest takeover offer.
Samsung and SanDisk are apparently in talks over a possible takeover, with the Koreans looking to buy the market-leading memory card manufacturer.