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Using patterned media technology, Fujitsu of America was able to achieve a one-dimensional array nanohole pattern with a 25 nanometer pitch. If that's equivalent to gibberish for you, here's what this means: future one terabit...
Hewlett-Packard researchers have developed a new technique for building computer chips. The chips are eight times denser and could work with existing microelectronic systems. This would potentially lead to faster, more energy efficient computers. Not...
Thanks nekrosoft13. A common plastic used to keep monitor screens clear of fluff could soon be used as a high-density computer memory. In the journal Nature, the US researchers behind the discovery say it could...
A WORKING VERSION OF a 30GB Blu-Ray CDR was shown at CeBIT this year. We missed this ourselves, but luckily CDR-Info had its eyes peeled a bit better than ours. "Plasmon, a...