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Stealth brings LPC-125LPFM teeny-tiny PC to the market

Stealth brings LPC-125LPFM teeny-tiny PC to the market

If there's one factor that's to be commended without hesitation about the modern world's current selection of technological breakthroughs, its the fantastically tiny nature of devices like this new computer from Stealth. This is the next in line unit from the small family that is Stealth Computers. It's a 4.6 x 6.1 x 2.0 inch unit that'll sit in your hand without a problem at 1.2lbs (0.54kg) - that's small, and it's no deck of cards inside this similarly sized box. Also note that this is the smallest PC the group has yet offered.

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Samsung pushes Hybrid Memory Cubes for super-fast tablets, more

Samsung pushes Hybrid Memory Cubes for super-fast tablets, more

Samsung and Micron have joined forces to create the Hybrid Memory Cube Consortium (HMCC), promoting a new ultra-dense memory technology that promises to be faster, more efficient and cheaper than existing DRAM. Hybrid Memory Cubes (HMC), so the duo claims, would mark a significant departure from both current DRAM architecture and performance: 15x the speed of DDR3 memory, 90-percent less space taken up compared to current RDIMMs, and demanding 70-percent less energy per bit. Potential applications include smartphones, tablets, graphics cards and anything where the power/performance/scale balance is vital.

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New Samsung memory fab is world’s largest: Apple to blame?

New Samsung memory fab is world’s largest: Apple to blame?

Samsung has announced today that it is now started operating the world's largest memory fab line called Line-16. The new fab will provide the largest production capacity in the industry and will allow Samsung, who is already one of the largest memory makers around, to grab even more of the market by sheer volume of production. This new fab will also mean that the sheer volume of memory on the market will be increased.

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Samsung Universal Flash Storage in Development, Ready by 2011

Samsung Universal Flash Storage in Development, Ready by 2011

Today, Samsung made it known that they are hard at work on a new flash memory format, one that will increase speeds, and more scalability. The new memory format, which is currently in development, should be ready to hit the market by some time in the first half of 2011. The new memory format will bring data transfer speeds up to 300Mbps, according to the new report from DigiTimes.

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