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The system could enable detailed simulations of real-world phenomena—or store 24 billion MP3s.
Researchers led by Stuart Parkin are developing a new type of memory chip that combines the benefits of magnetic hard drives and flash.
The chip maker has announced a drive that could bring the power of desktop computers to handheld devices.
A novel nanolaser could cram more data onto a hard disk.
Findings transformed storage and could pave the way for new devices.
Researchers believe that the magneto-electric effect might be key to creating the sensors needed for ultra-high-capacity memory.
Nanorods and nanowires could increase memory.
Flash memory is moving from iPods to desktops and laptops, providing a performance boost and the potential for instant boot-ups.