Oh Snap. HP may be launching a new glossy, white webOS tablet in August. This new model comes hot on the heels of the original TouchPad which launched last week.
Samsung's new 64GB flash NAND and 32GB microSD card may be the first of each to market, bringing lots more storage space to phones like the iPhone, Droid and Nexus One as well as other handheld devices. Big win!
Pay attention, Appleites—this isn't just any old boring chip news. With Toshiba supplying the 16GB and 32GB NAND chips for the iPhone 3GS, the fact that it's just announced the world's first 64GB NAND chip is very suggestive.
Ridata introduced three SSDs today, in 32-, 64-, and 128GB capacities. We've seen SSDs this large before, but Ridata claims 170MB/sec read and 105MB/sec write speeds, blowing out their recent competition. Full release after the jump.
Toshiba is throwing its hat into the SSD business with a new line of multi-level cell (MLC) NAND SSDs in three distinct flavors: 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. They will also be available in three distinct form factors: embedded module, 1.8-inch and 2.5-inch drive enclosures. Expect 100MB/s peak read speed, 40MB/s peak write…
Samsung has announced plans to put its 1.8-inch 64GB Solid State Drive into mass production. Consisting of 64 eight Gigabit single-level cell flash memory chips (each one's circuitry is 1/2500th the width of a human hair) the new SSDs will be making devices faster, more efficient, and should boost battery life by up…
Taiwanese company PQI (Power Quotient International) augmented its SATA flash drive line with a 64GB model. The storage units, billed as the world slimmest flash drives, consist of 3mm-thin cards that hold huge amounts of data and plug into a Mac or PC using USB 2.0.