Samsung has developed a fast version of low-power memory that could help speed up applications in tablets and smartphones.
Sony, Nikon and SanDisk have developed a new specification for CompactFlash memory cards.
The inimitable folks at iFixit have disassembled the new version of the Apple TV and declare it to be surprisingly eco-friendly.
Market researcher iSuppli warned Monday of the risks for a looming shortage of DRAM, the main memory used in personal computers.
Though the SiliconEdge Blue solid-state drive was fast and consistent over time, it wasn’t as fast (and it has a shorter warranty) as other SSDs we’ve tested.
Lexar on Tuesday released a 128GB version of its Echo SE USB flash drive. About the size of a typical USB flash drive, the 128GB Echo SE is $500.
Thirty-three states settle a lawsuit with DRAM makers over price fixing.
The iPhone is packed full of RAM, Oprah’s got a surprise for her staffers, and you can now carry the soothing tones of Steve Jobs in your pocket—as if you didn’t already.
The 8GB Pro X2 is the latest generation of wireless SD card from Eye-Fi. The card's Wi-Fi capability has been beefed up to a speedier 802.11n, and there's a new companion software for managing all card functions. In many ways, the software is the biggest improvement.
Eye-Fi has announced the Eye-Fi Geo X2, a Wi-Fi-enabled memory card that will be sold exclusively in Apple stores in the US and internationally come May.