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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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Kingston has best year ever in 2010 with record $6.5B revenue

Kingston has best year ever in 2010 with record $6.5B revenue

2010 was better for most firms that 2009, but there were still hard times to be had thanks to the slow economy. Those hard times didn’t affect Kingston though; the company posted its best year ever in 2010. The announcement was made this week that Kingston had the best year in its company history for sales in 2010.

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Samsung outs new green memory with advanced chip stacking tech

Samsung outs new green memory with advanced chip stacking tech

Samsung has announced that it has developed a new 8GB memory module with registered dual inline memory module RDIMM design using green DDR3 DRAM. The new RAM has been tested by major Samsung customers and delivers better performance thanks to innovative 3D chip stacking tech.

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Micron unveils new NOR flash memory for automobiles

Micron unveils new NOR flash memory for automobiles

Micron makes all sorts of memory products for computers and other uses. One of those other uses is memory for vehicles. With the growth of all sorts of in car computing and entertainment systems automotive needs for memory products grow all the time.

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Patriot offers up new high-performance Viper Xtreme RAM

Patriot offers up new high-performance Viper Xtreme RAM

Patriot Memory has unveiled a new addition to its line of performance memory products for computer geeks and enthusiasts everywhere. The new RAM slots into the Viper Xtreme Series of Extreme Performance DDR3 RAM. The RAM uses a custom aluminum and copper heat sink to keep the DRAM chips underneath running cool.

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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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Samsung mass producing 40nm-class 8GB DDR3 module for laptops

Samsung mass producing 40nm-class 8GB DDR3 module for laptops

Samsung has announced that it is now mass-producing 40nm-class 8GB DDR3 RAM modules for notebooks. The new RAM is in the form of SoDIMM modules and is being made in UDIMM modules as well. The high-density chips are aimed at the workstation market for CAD/CAM engineers and other pros that need lots of RAM.

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Corsair Dominator GT RAM breaks pair of DDR3 speed records

Corsair Dominator GT RAM breaks pair of DDR3 speed records

Corsair's ePeen has just got a bit larger thanks to the capture of a couple new records for DDR3 memory performance. The RAM used to break the records is the Corsair Dominator GT GTX6 modules. The RAM was able to break the records for dual-channel memory frequency at CAS 7 and CAS 8.

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HyperDrive Connects to Your iPad, Adds up to 750GB of Storage

HyperDrive Connects to Your iPad, Adds up to 750GB of Storage

For some people, 64GB of storage may not be enough. Especially on a tablet device that has full access to the iTunes Store, as well as Apple's App Store (for both the iPad and the iPod Touch/iPhone). Racking up the movies, music, and games/apps to fill up 64GB of memory may seem like a feat, but we imagine that it can be a pretty easy endeavor for some. That's why getting an external memory unit is a great fix. So, here's the HyperDrive, manufactured by the guys who brought us the HyperMac batteries. This time it's an external storage unit that, as the title suggests, can connect directly to your magical and revolutionary tablet device from Apple.

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Samsung 1GHz Orion Cortex A9 CPU plus performance flash and 5MP/14.6MP CMOS chips outed

Samsung 1GHz Orion Cortex A9 CPU plus performance flash and 5MP/14.6MP CMOS chips outed

Samsung told us they were planning a whole family of Galaxy Tab slates, and having seen the company's component news this morning we're now pretty excited at what those tablets might offer.  Samsung Electronics has outed its 1GHz ARM Cortex A9 "Orion" processor, a dual-core chip with five-times the 3D crunching abilities of its predecessor, together with high-performance 8-gigabyte (GB) and 16GB moviNAND flash memory and a pair of back-illuminated CMOS chips for mobile devices, shooting either 5-megapixel or 14.6-megapixel stills.

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