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New molecules could bring super-dense, solid-state hard disk alternatives 2013 1064 5 By Stephen Lawson
Innovation – how the emerging markets are driving the global innovation agenda 2013 1775 45 Roland Berger Strategy Consultants
Sound waves used to increase disk drive capacity Ultrasound technique could also be used on solid-state storage February 14, 2013 1106 3 By Lucas Mearian
MIT research shows new magnetic state that could aid quantum computing December 19, 2012 2303 2 By Stephen Lawson, IDG News Service
Intel preps thin fiber optics to shuffle data between computers January 16, 2013 55 2 By Agam Shah
Western Digital claims HDD capacity doubled with nanotech breakthrough March 1, 2013 1169 2 By Lucas Mearian, Western Digital
Cisco-funded startup unveils breakthrough router, targets SDNs March 12, 2013 92 2 By Jim Duffy, Cisco
Big data roadblocks will slow driverless cars until 2040, analyst says Автомобили без водителей 2013 2 90 By Colin Neagle, Network World
IBM moves toward post-silicon transistor March 21, 2013 35 2 By Joab Jackson
Iowa State researchers discover possible route to terahertz storage speeds 2013 205 3 By Jon Gold
Ferromagnetics breakthrough could change storage as we know it June 20, 2013 51 1 By Jon Gold, Network World
'Superman' crystals could store 360TB of data forever July 15, 2013 81 1 By Lucas Mearian, Computerworld
SanDisk unveils wireless flash drives that hold up to 64GB 2013 94 2 By Lucas Mearian, Computerworld
Sony, Panasonic teaming to create 300GB optical disk 2013 67 1 By Lucas Mearian
Dell's Project Ophelia could be more bad news for PCs JULY 30, 2013 54 1 Tony Bradley, PC World
Startup Crossbar pits RRAM against DRAM and flash storage AUGUST 05, 2013 54 1 Agam Shah. IDG News Service
Smart and Diablo launch Ulltra DIMM memory channel storage 2013 11 1 Antony Adshead, ComputerWeekly
Experimental malware uses inaudible sound to defeat network air gaps 2013 26 1 Lucian Constantin
Ethernet's 400-Gigabit challenge is a good problem to have 2013 175 2 Stephen Lawson
Western Digital's HAMR tech could increase disk capacity five-fold 2013 13 1 Lucas Mearian
Fibre Channel hits key landmark on the way to 32Gbps Новый стандарт 2013 26 1 Stephen Lawson
Helium-filled hard drives take flight, bump capacity to 6TB November 04, 2013 726 2 Lucas Mearian, Computerworld
NASA's moon probe starts outer space Internet test 2013 32 1 Sharon Gaudin
Google wants tattoo to act as smartphone microphone 2013 41 2 Matt Hamblen
Chinese professor builds Li-Fi system with retail parts 2013 2316 2 Michael Kan, IDG News Service
Google plans to focus on voice search in 2014 December 12, 2013 27 1 Sharon Gaudin, Google, Android
Graphene sticky notes may offer 32GB capacity you can write on The concept is to have graphene stickies transfer data via a proprietary wireless protocol December 18, 2013 253 3 Lucas Mearian
Flash storage alternative MRAM takes another step forward 2013 1337 1 Antony Adshead
Graphene Supercapacitors Ready for Electric Vehicle Energy Storage, Say Korean Engineers November 12, 2013 100 1  
3D graphene-like material could lead to super electronics January 21, 2014 31 1 Lucas Mearian
Intel's 15-core Xeon server chip has 4.31B transistors February 10, 2014 1074 2 Agam Shah
Fujitsu makes glove that uses NFC, sensors to speed hands-free work February 19, 2014 1089 1 Tim Hornyak, ComputerWorld
Sony, Panasonic develop 300GB optical discs for enterprise storage March 10, 2014 956 1 Tim Hornyak, ComputerWorld
A billion payments to go through Paym by 2018 2014 1791 1 Karl Flinders, ComputerWeekly
Hynix reveals world's first 128GB DDR4 memory module April 7, 2014 1035 2 Lucas Mearian
Sony magnetic tape tech could create 185TB cartridges April 30, 2014 965 1 Tim Hornyak
SanDisk announces 4TB SSD, hopes for 8TB next year May 1, 2014 11 1 Lucas Mearian
OWC releases 10TB, 10Gbps Thunderbolt desktop drive May 6, 2014 1060 2 Lucas Mearian
Samsung eyes Russia, India as launchpads for first Tizen phone May 12, 2014 998 1 Mikael Ricknas
Need to crunch 150 teraflops per second? Meet first-of-a-kind supercomputer Catalyst May 07, 2014 762 2 Darlene Storm
In-memory databases - what they do and the storage they need База данных в оперативной памяти 2014 1670 2 Chris Evans
IBM and Fujifilm show super dense storage tape for big data work 2014 2305 1 Joab Jackson
Fujitsu 56 Gbps circuit doubles communication speeds between CPUs 2014 1001 1 By Tim Hornyak
Microsoft launches a service to help predict the future Прогнозирование будущего June 16, 2014 2267 3 Joab Jackson, IDG News Service
Lenovo ships first 4K laptop, challenging Toshiba July 11, 2014 1001 1 Agam Shah
What the Robot Apocalypse Will Mean for IT, Jobs and Work July 11, 2014 985 2 Rob Enderle, Computerworld
Western Digital jumps to 6TB in budget hard drives with $299 Red July 21, 2014 2316 2 Agam Shah, IDG News Service
Intel releases its most reliable pro SSD July 22, 2014 1030 2 Lucas Mearian
New 3D bioprinter to reproduce human organs, change the face of healthcare: The inside story 2014 328 9 Lyndsey Gilpin
Vehicle-to-vehicle networks could save over 1,000 lives a year, US says August 18, 2014 986 1 By Stephen Lawson
NTT tests 400Gbps optical technology for Internet backbone Sep 5, 2014 210 1 Tim Hornyak; IDG News Service
SanDisk announces world's highest capacity SD card: 512GB September 15, 2014 154 2 Lucas Mearian, Computerworld
Ultimate wearable tech: NASA using 3D printing to design Mars spacesuit September 18, 2014 127 6 Teena Hammond
Micron ships 16nm node SSDs, cheapest price yet Sep 16, 2014 224 2 Lucas Mearian, Computerworld
Artificial intelligence system can predict data theft by scanning email Oct 2, 2014 219 1 Tim Hornyak, IDG News Service
Will silicon photonics replace copper cabling in mainstream datacentres? 2014 184 3 Archana Venkatraman
Moving data with silicon and light Short surveys 2014 741 5 Silicon Photonics
Apple's A8X chip opens door to new devices 3 млрд. транзисторов Oct 17, 2014 254 3 Agam Shah
The Modular Phone: Phoneblocks, One Year On October 22 2014 119 3 Dan Swinhoe
New 3D bioprinter to reproduce human organs, change the face of healthcare: The inside story 2014 104 5 Lyndsey Gilpin
Seagate gives Ethernet-connected drives their own IP address Nov 3, 2014 251 1 Lucas Mearian
Hilton and Starwood hotel guests can soon unlock rooms with smartphones Nov 3, 2014 236 2 Lucas Mearian
Seagate preps for 30TB laser-assisted hard drives Nov 11, 2014 239 2 Lucas Mearian
Molecular flash memory could store massive data November 21, 2014 218 1 Tim Hornyak
NASA creates first 3D printed object in space Nov 25, 2014 229 2 Sharon Gaudin
Intel plans 3D NAND flash next year for 'as much storage as you want' November 21, 2014 154 1 Stephen Lawson
USB Armory is the Swiss army knife of security devices November 21, 2014 221 3 Peter Sayer
Want a 100TB disk drive? You'll have to wait 'til 2025 Nov 25, 2014 252 3 Lucas Mearian
Tests show consumer SSDs can handle years of heavy use December 9, 2014 140 2 Andy Patrizio
Power company plugs data center directly into high-voltage grid December 8, 2014 222 3 James Niccolai
Stanford 'high-rise' chip takes on IoT and big data Dec 16, 2014 245 4 Sharon Gaudin
Thousands of users tapped for first 3D printer buyer's guide Dec 12, 2014 258 4 Lucas Mearian
2015 tech trends to watch: Smartwatches, algorithms, 'glance media,' and more December 24, 2014 111 5 Alex Howard
Graphene-based device offers smarter phone charging January 05 2015 115 2 Posted by IDG Connect, (**)
Samsung jumps into external SSD market Jan 5, 2015 327 1 Agam Shah
Samsung mass-produces laptop SSD with 2.1Gbps speeds Jan 8, 2015 330 1 Lucas Mearian
The rise of ‘Telepathic Tech’ in 2015 February 24 2015 123 2 Kathryn Cave
10TB SSD drives inch closer to reality March 30, 2015 310 1 Andy Patrizio
Intel could prolong Moore's Law with new materials, transistors Apr 22, 2015 349 2 Agam Shah; InGaAs Quantum Well FinFET
Review: The Intel Compute Stick -- the ultimate mobile PC Apr 23, 2015 324 3 Brian Nadel
A terabyte on a postage stamp: RRAM heads into commercialization Dec 15, 2014 521 5 Lucas Mearian
From self-assembling furniture to curving racing car wings, seven GIFs that show the future of 4D printing May 1, 2015 148 5 Nick Heath
NVMe -- the future of the SSD Mac 2015 368 2 Jonny Evans
Fab plants are now making superfast carbon nanotube memory June 2, 2015 348 4 Lucas Mearian
Nantero's carbon-nanotube memory could replace SSDs and DRAM June 2, 2015 336 2 Agam Shah
SanDisk's new 128GB flash drive is the size of a penny June 1, 2015 336 2 Jared Newman
Samsung releases world's first 2TB consumer SSDs 2015 2400 2 Lucas Mearian
Samsung unveils 15TB SSD based on densest flash memory 2015 2446 3 Lucas Mearian
This lithium-ion battery of the future won't overheat January 11, 2016 394 2 Martyn Williams
Review: Samsung's business card-sized, 2TB SSD nears internal drive speeds Feb 24, 2016 394 4 Lucas Mearian
Intel's fastest 22-core Broadwell chip comes to new servers Mar 31, 2016 384 2 Agam Shah
AMD's new 7th Generation laptop chips will take on Intel's Skylake April 5, 2016 411 2 Agam Shah
New solar cell turns raindrops into electricity April 11, 2016 346 2 Lucas Mearian
Scientists could use DNA to shrink a data center into a sugar cube April 11, 2016 358 5 Lucas Mearian
New electronic display is 10 times thinner than human skin April 18, 2016 314 2 Lucas Mearian
Russian facial recognition program beats Google, but big privacy questions linger June 1, 2016 85 2 Hope Reese
Intel pits monster 72-core Xeon Phi chip against GPUs June 20, 2016 127 3 Agam Shah
Samsung's blazing fast UFS storage cards could replace micro-SD media Jul 7, 2016 161 2 Agam Shah
Samsung’s massive 15TB SSD can be yours - for about $10K July 27, 2016 333 3 Lucas Mearian
WD preparing to ship flash chips with half a terabit of capacity Jul 26, 2016 341 5 Lucas Mearian, Computerworld
IBM creates artificial neurons from phase change memory for cognitive computing Aug 3, 2016 375 4 Computerworld, Lucas Mearian(***)
Micron reveals marketing details about 3D XPoint memory QuantX Aug 9, 2016 173 5 Computerworld, Lucas Mearian
Autonomous boats--yes, boats--to hit the water in 2017 September 19, 2016 241 2 Lucas Mearian, IT World
SanDisk reveals world's first 1TB SD card Sep 20, 2016 395 2 Lucas Mearian, ComputerWorld
Samsung releases the world’s fastest gumstick SSD September 21, 2016 368 5 Lucas Mearian, IT World
Efforts to restart smart-gun innovation could misfire again Oct 14, 2016 533 8 Lucas Mearian, Computerworld
The cancer spectrometer was created for an iPhone 5, but can be adjusted to work with any smartphone2 Nov 2, 2016 163 2 Lucas Mearian, Computerworld
Is antivirus software dead at last? Dec 6, 2016 329 3 Robert C. Covington, ComputerWorld
Moore's Law lives on with speedy 7nm mobile chips coming in 2018 Dec 8, 2016 269 2 Agam Shah, IDG News Service
UN opens formal discussions on AI-powered autonomous weapons, could ban 'killer robots' December 16, 2016 408 2 Hope Reese, TechRepublic
3D NAND set to dominate SSDs, kill off traditional flash Dec 21, 2016 331 3 Lucas Mearian, ComputerWorld
Intel unveils its Optane hyperfast memory January 3, 2017 382 3 Lucas Mearian, Computerworld
Panasonic offers a flexible battery for wearables Jan 6, 2017 289 2 Martyn Williams, IDG News Service
Seagate's roadmap includes 14TB, 16TB hard drives within 18 months January 26, 2017 307 2 IDG News Service, Agam Shah
New 'made in China' chip on the way as country boosts indigenous tech January 30, 2017 200 2 Agam Shah, ITWorld
Western Digital begins production of the world's tallest 3D NAND 'skyscraper' Feb 6, 2017 223 4 Lucas Mearian, ComputerWorld
Chips coming by June will herald the next generation of Wi-Fi Feb 14, 2017 221 2 Stephen Lawson, Stephen Lawson
Google crams machine learning into smartwatches in A.I. push Feb 13, 2017 219 2 Agam Shah, IDG News Service
Intel works on next-generation Optane SSD, memory technologies Feb 9, 2017 219 2 Agam Shah, IDG News Service
Inventor of new lithium-ion battery responds to skepticism March 21, 2017 198 4 Lucas Mearian, ITWorld
The goal of a new machine March 23, 2017 191 3 Peter Sayer, ITWorld
Data storage comes into its own March 31, 2017 755 5 Lucas Mearian, Computerworld
Microchip implants help employees access data; experts worry about 'slippery slope' for privacy April 14, 2017 521 3 Hope Reese, TechRepublic
LG's giant 42.5" monitor is a productivity monster, squeezes four screens on one display May 3, 2017 179 2 Conner Forrest, TechRepublic
HPE shows off The Machine prototype without memristors May 16, 2017 194 3 Agam Shah, ITWorld
Nokia rolls out its first 'petabit-class' router June 14, 2017 194 2 Peter Sayer, IDG News Service
A radical innovation that could reduce data density by 50% Jul 25, 2017 359 2 Patrick Nelson, Network World