SanDisk has announced two new additions to its range of USB flash drives – including the Ultra drive which can back up files at the touch of a button.
Intel has released a new 160GB solid state hard drive (SSD), the X25-M in a 2.5-inch form factor, with a 1.8-inch 160GB version, the X18-M, following soon in the next month.
A few days ago we had Toshiba introducing a 512GB solid-state drive to the world, so we're hardly surprised to hear this weekend that the same company is working on an even more impressive feat.
Both Fujitsu and Hitachi today announced the arrival of 500GB laptop hard drives. It's Fujitsu's marketing company that is celebrating, however, by getting the title of 'world's first'.
Proving that the economic downtime is a truly worldwide problem, Samsung has seen its year-on-year profits plummet by 44 per cent in Q3, mostly down to issues in the LCD and memory sectors.
The long-running saga of Samsung's attempt to buy SanDisk appears to be over after Samsung publicly walked away from the table, claiming it is no longer interested.
The ongoing wrangle in the flash memory business that could potentially see Samsung buy out SanDisk took a new turn at the weekend when it emerged that Toshiba is getting involved too.