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Semiconductor giant Freescale has started selling the next generation of memory, called MRAM, becoming the first company to produce the technology with potential useability in many of today's upcoming devices. MRAM stands for magnetoresistive random...
On Friday MIT announced that their Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and the Nokia Research Center have combined their intellectual and research capabilities in a project that aims to further the state of...