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2007-05-07 iSuppli: Most laptops will come with flash memory soon
The percentage of new laptops carrying some form of flash memory for data storage will soar to more than 50 percent in the next two years, says iSuppli
2014-06-11 Wearables, IoT gang up on memory for low-power boosts
IoT, wearables and sensors pose one of the big challenges for memory, which is to find a way to extend the battery life and make the small, light devices last more than one day
2006-01-30 U.N. to back $100 laptop, says report
The U.N. is expected to endorse an idea for a hand-cranked $100 laptop computer to be issued to millions of schoolchildren around the globe
2007-06-07 Toshiba taps HD DVD, flash memory in laptop strategy
Toshiba's plan next year is to integrate HD DVD drives in all its laptops and to push further flash notebooks into the consumer mindset
2006-08-21 Thai kids to test One Laptop Per Child machines
More than 500 children in Thailand are set to receive low-cost laptop computers in October and November for quality testing and debugging as part of the One Laptop Per Child program
2007-01-08 SanDisk, Samsung to replace laptop HDD with flash
SanDisk Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd are battling over NAND flash memory
2003-01-14 SanDisk memory card offers 802.11b connectivity
SanDisk Corp. has introduced a line of Flash memory cards that feature 802.11b connectivity
2007-05-22 One Laptop Per Child reaches classroom in Uruguay
One-hundred-sixty students at a public elementary classroom in Uruguay have been the latest recipients of the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project, according to an AP report
2013-03-25 Memory prototype made up of mineral, graphene
EPFL researchers have developed a flash memory prototype that leverages the electronic capabilities of the mineral molybdenite and the conductivity of graphene
2007-06-07 Intel, Asustek bare $200 laptop plan
Intel and Asustek have revealed plans to manufacture education-focused low-cost mobile PCs, Reuters reported.
2007-03-12 Hybrid flash/hard drive cuts boot time in Vista
Samsung's 2.5-inch hybrid flash/hard drive saves power consumption and cut boot time for Microsoft's Vista OS
2005-09-23 Avnet, Atmel, Battery Tech develop laptop computer batteries
Avnet Electronics Marketing, a division of Avnet Inc., and Atmel Corp. in conjunction with Battery Technology Inc.'s internal engineering department, created a new line of batteries for laptop computers that rely on Atmel's AVR line of microcontrollers. The AVR features RISC-based processor core and low power 8-bit flash memory microcontroller.
2013-07-08 Addressing memory scaling concerns
Here are some promising research and design directions to overcome challenges posed by memory scaling
2009-07-23 First' 34nm NAND flash SSDs debut
Intel Corp. has begun shipping what it claims to be the first NAND flash solid-state drives (SSDs) based on 34nm process technology
2002-09-11 TI CardBus controller supports multiple Flash media
The PCI1620 CardBus controller chip from Texas Instruments Inc. is claimed to read multiple types of Flash media - including Smart Media, Secure Digital, Memory Stick, and MultiMediaCards
2014-08-22 Microsoft dives into sub-$200 laptop market
The tech giant has partnered with several laptop manufacturers to develop lower-end, Windows-run laptops positioned as a Google Chromebook alternative
2015-10-15 Data centre, flash buoy Intel revenue in Q3
Intel revealed Q3 revenue at $14.5 billion, a 10 per cent increase from 2Q15, while net profits were $3.1 billion up 15 per cent from the last quarter but down six per cent from the same quarter last year.
2007-07-02 AMD, Intel elevate rivalry to laptop arena
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) and Intel Corp. are pulling neck-and-neck in the race to define the core high-end silicon for notebook computers.
2012-02-17 SSD offers up to 500MB/s sequential read/write speeds
The SanDisk X100 SSD achieves long-term reliability of 2 million hours MTBF through use of continuous background error checking and advanced NAND recovery mechanisms.
2014-04-21 SSD demand triggers a tidal wave of growth for SanDisk
The flash storage devices vendor reported a 13 per cent year-over-year revenue increase at $1.51 billion for the first quarter. The numbers were only 1.3 per cent above analyst projections, but 71 per cent higher than the same period last year at $1.44 per share
2013-12-12 Spansion sharpens IP defence against infringers
Spansion sent letters to a list of memory companies and non-memory end users, warning them on potential patent infringement
2009-08-13 Intel-Micron duo heats up x3 NAND race
Intel Corp. and Micron Technology Inc. have officially announced their initial offering in the 3-bit-per-cell (x3) NAND arena.
2009-10-14 GPS processor eases location integration
CSR's SiRFstarIV GSD4e GPS location processor has a built-in CPU and SiRFGeoRecov technology optimized to ensure continuous location awareness without loading the host processor.
2009-02-13 Dell drags Linux-ARM combo into Wintel PC
The Dell Latitude E4200 and E4300 laptop computers run a version of Linux as an "instant-on" OS running on hardware with flash memory that is separate to the main Windows Vista or XP OS running on an Intel Core2 Duo processor.
2006-11-23 Cheap laptops for kids roll off in China
The first 1,000 laptops developed by the One Laptop Per Child organization have rolled off an assembly line in China
2009-09-04 Analyst: Intel's Braidwood could knock SSDs out
Jim Handy of Objective Analysis says that Intel Corp.'s upcoming Braidwood technology will likely to stifle SSD acceptance.
2005-10-04 4GB embedded storage device to replace micro hard drives
SanDisk's iNAND is a small, high-speed NAND flash storage device that the company is touting as an alternative to micro hard drives in mobile applications
2008-06-06 XO-1 teardown reveals why they can't sell for $100
The OLPC XO-1's displays, batteries, CPUs, fancy enclosures and the rest all add up to a BOM that sits uncomfortably far from the $100 target.
2011-12-22 USBs, peripherals take center stage
USB has become ubiquitous on almost every consumer electronic device, from smartphones to PCs, TVs to game consoles, disk drives to tablets, cameras and much more besides.
2005-01-04 Transition begets opportunity to diversify
For the surviving IDMs, it is necessary to improve the capital efficiency of current and future investments.
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