Confirmed: New MacBooks Support 6GB RAM

While we've officially confirmed that the Nvidia chipset in the new MacBooks and MacBook Pros can theoretically support up to 8GB of RAM » 10/31/08 10:23am 10/31/08 10:23am, Apple says the capacities for each top out at 4GB. Turns out, the actual number is right there in the middle-chip supplier Ramjet has tested and officially confirmed that the new…

Aexea KeyXpress Data Key Flashdrive Could Hide on Your Key Ring

Brando's Aexea KeyXpress flash drives are designed to really make key-ring data portability true: they're shaped like keys, and are about as thin as your average door or car key (about 0.12-inches thin.) They're in three colors, have 4GB of flash storage aboard, come with a similarly tiny lanyard and that's about all… » 8/25/08 8:02am 8/25/08 8:02am

SanDisk Extreme III Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo Caught Speeding at 30MBps

SanDisk has unchained their new Extreme III PRO-HG Duo cards and they are tearing ass all over the place with superfast 30MBps read and write transfer speeds. For those of you keeping track, SanDisk's non-HG Extreme III's can only muster 18MBps speeds. Naturally, the PRO-HG will be aimed squarely at users with high… » 5/29/08 4:20pm 5/29/08 4:20pm

Gizzy and Maggie, Flash Drives Disguised as Maggots or Worse

Meet Gizzy the Data Worm (pictured at left), and her maggoty friend Maggie, who both appear to be stomach-turning creepy-crawlies but actually can pack 4GB in the USB flash drives nestled snugly in their plushy little bellies. Hey, is that thing named "Gizzy?" We've been called that before. Could they have named it… » 11/15/07 11:11am 11/15/07 11:11am

Samsung's Bang & Olufsen Phone Coming in 17 Days

Samsung and Bang & Olufssen have just thrown up a teaser site for their Serenata phone, which comes at us in just 17 days. What the phone has internally or even what it looks like is still a mystery on the site, but putting two and two together from earlier leaks you get a phone with 4GB flash memory, MPEG-4 video,… » 9/13/07 1:27pm 9/13/07 1:27pm

Snow Drive: The $20,000 White Gold Thumb Stick

Available from the Mii Store—no association to the Miis on Nintendo Wii—the 4GB Snow Drive is made out of 18 carat white gold with "three strip of 1.44ct white diamonds." So how much does white gold and 96 diamonds cost you? How about 9,950 ($19,018). No? Perhaps sir would fancy something from the Wal-Mart department? » 11/13/06 2:40pm 11/13/06 2:40pm