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A delightfully gruesome monster power fantasy that doesn't quite live up to its potential.
Wireless RGB headset with surround sound for under £100. Any good?
Sudden volte-face on CV whitelist system.
NAND flash backup powered by supercapacitors.
Samsung is targeting consumers in a new advertising campaign for its DRAM and NAND flash products.
SanDisk is presenting a paper regarding its triple-bit MLC flash technology at the ISSCC event this week.
Microsoft aims to reduce the memory footprint of Windows 8 compared to Windows 7.
Adobe confirms that Windows 8 will support Flash in the standard desktop mode.
Corsair has announced that it's recalling a specific model of its latest SandForce-based SSD range.
Speed up your flash drives: USB 3 Kingston Data Traveller 3 and ADATA N005 are tried and tested.
Samsung has announced a trio of new technologies heading for its smartphones.
Both Toshiba and Panasonic have announced new ultra-fast SD cards, but which is fastest?
Tests of Google's WebM video codec by a videoconference firm show it beating H.264.
MOSAID has unveiled a prototype HLNAND SSD which it claims holds massive potential performance.
Adobe has unveiled a demo product based on Air for Android which duplicates Apple's FaceTime.
A small Israeli start-up has developed a chip which boosts the reliability of MLC-based SSDs.
Adobe has killed off its 64-bit Flash Player for Linux, but claims the project is still ongoing.
Adobe Flash Player 10.1 has gone gold and is available for download immediately.
Adobe has issued a warning regarding an as-yet unpatched vulnerability in its Acrobat and Flash software.
Apple has launched a site demonstrating the power of HTML 5 - via its Safari browser, naturally.
Google has unveiled its latest project: the Google TV Internet-connected set-top box.
The next version of Android - 2.2, codename 'Froyo' - promises a massive speed boost, Flash support, and more.
July 1 2020 | 17:34
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