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The non-profit Khronos Group has given out a few details of its up-coming royalty-free WebGL standard, which promises plugin-free 3D acceleration within your browser.
Adobe has released the source code for two of its Flash-based frameworks - the Open Source Media Framework and the Text Layer Framework - via the Mozilla Public Licence.
Seagate's entry into the solid state device market has been delayed due to an issue with work carried out by partner LSI, according to an investment banker.
The popular US video streaming service Hulu is treating the UK as its "number one priority," and we could see the service launching as early as September.
COMPUTEX 09: Adobe has announced that GPU accelerated Flash is on the way, but sadly it's going to take longer than we had hoped.
COMPUTEX 09: GPU accelerated Flash is coming, but it's not here yet. Both Intel and Nvidia confirmed that Adobe is working on it.
COMPUTEX 09: JMicron will launch its new JMF612 controller at Computex. It will apparently fix stuttering and still be fairly cheap.
Adobe has announced a 64-bit build of its Air Internet application platform - although it's currently in a closed alpha and only supports the Linux operating system.
Bill Watkins - ex-CEO of hard drive manufacturer Seagate - has announced his place on the board of flash memory specialist Vertical Circuits.
Toshiba says it's now sampling the world's first 32nm NAND flash memory, which will lead to higher density USB drives.
Microsoft has updated its Smooth Streaming technology to offer 1080p web-based video content via Silverlight and IIS.
SandForce has announced its first range of SSDs for enterprise and mobile use, and it has a trick up its sleeve in the form of a neat new controller dubbed Duraclass.
Corsair has announced the Voyager Port, a USB cradle which turns flash drives into single-button backup storage devices.
Flash memory manufacturer Spansion has filed for bankruptcy protection in both the US and Japan as it faces mounting debts in a slowing market.
SanDisk has announced that it has perfected a 32nm die shrink that will allow for chips carrying 4GB of data each to be squeezed into a microSD card form factor.
A 32GB flash drive the size of your finger that works at 90MB/s? OCZ's new Throttle seems to have the answer.
Hitachi GST and Intel have announced a partnership to develop high-performance SSDs for the enterprise market, with Serial Attached SCSI and Fibre Channel connectivity.
Adobe has released a preview version of a native 64-bit Flash Player binary for Linux, allowing users on 64-bit systems to use completely native binaries when browsing the web.
Texas Memory Systems has announced the commercial availability of its 20TB SAN systems based on Flash SSD technology, capable of 1m random IO transactions per second.
In a simultaneous launch with its content creation Creative Suite 4 package, Adobe has released the latest Flash build - and there's some snazzy new features.
Research house IDC has published results of a test demonstrating that the performance differential between SSDs and traditional drives is a lot smaller than previously thought.
OCZ technologies has announced the general availability of series of solid state drives which includes a 128GB model for under £250.
July 1 2020 | 17:34
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