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Details are surfacing about Raven's work on the sequel to the grandfather of modern computer gaming, Wolfenstein.
IDF SPRING 2007: Phase Change Flash Memory is tipped to replace the currently Solid State favourite (NAND) and be the future of storage. It might even replace DRAM. Details inside live from Beijing.
IDF SPRING 2007: Intel talks of the recent SATA 2.6 update, details the new ONFI standard and demonstrates Santa Rosa's performance with ReadyBoost.
CEBIT 2007: Solid state storage is going to be a big thing this year. Team Group showed us a prototype 128GB SSD, but performance isn't up to scratch just yet...
The hard drive is probably one of the most overlooked components in a modern PC. Capacities have skyrocketed and new technologies have arrived. We debunk the marketing and have a look at what it all means to you.
Samsung is the first company to announce its hybrid HDDs, which have both a NAND flash component and a standard disk.
In a surprise move, Adobe has announced that it will be making its flagship software available for use as a hosted online application gratis. Bold or stupid?
A Microsoft representative has stated that the company hopes to launch its Zune music player in Europe before the end of the year.
CES 2007: Sandisk has created the world's first 32GB Flash HDD. Coming to a notebook near you?
CES 2007: PC10k memory is the order of the day at Corsair, and we also check out a WMD-a-like flash drive.
Seeing all that news run by on the right? Hop in here for your handy index to our comprehensive Intel Developer Forum coverage.
IDF FALL 06: Flash memory technology integrated on to the motherboard, combined with Windows Vista, should mean faster disk performance.
Samsung has announced a 4GB flash driver specifically designed to work with Windows Vista and is designed to make the new OS 'lightning fast'.
"I'm still in the control room of this base... though it doesn't look like things are under control arond here." >> Look around
Samsung has announced a collaboration with Microsoft on a hard drive with built-in flash memory. Prepare for some fast boot times!
How about a 32GB solid state drive in your notebook? Samsung has been showing off the prototype, and we have the details.
IDF SPRING 06: We've seen demonstrations of flash storage technology decreasing boot times and application load times. Now comes the important stuff: games!
IDF SPRING 06: The next generation of Intel's Centrino technology is called Santa Rosa, and it sports a host of improvements.
Speculation suggests that Sony is readying an updated version of its portable gaming console. Will a video camera and more memory convince you to upgrade, or take the plunge for the first time?
Need some extra storage for your digicam, MP3 player or phone? We've teamed up with the folks at Crucial to offer five readers the chance to win 1GB of flash memory each. Get those entries in quick!
CES 2006: We go hunting for the coolest innovations in media at the show. Lightscribe, Blu-Ray and flash inside.
CES 2006: Fancy taking all your applications, as well as your data, wherever you go? A new generation of flash drives will let you do just that.
Forget Microsoft MCE: OSX could be the new media platform of choice, if recent speculation is to be believed.
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