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Cisco stung by switch memory glitch
Power-cycling can cause failure.
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Samsung first with mass produced stacked Flash memory
Faster, bigger, better.
Aug 7 2013 6:57AM
Researchers a step closer in quest for universal memory
Light delivers faster RAM.
Jun 12 2013 6:42AM
Web browser flaw puts Aussie bank customers at risk
Sensitive credentials stored in memory.
May 31 2013 12:04PM
Memory gaffe leaves Aussie bank accounts open to theft
Clear text credentials stored in memory.
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Gelsinger washes his hands of scrapped vTax
Controversial licensing experiment ends.
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Mozilla sweats the fat from Firefox 7
Noticeable memory improvements in Windows.
Sep 28 2011 6:55AM
Google sorry for widespread Docs outage
Real time bug drains Google memory.
Sep 12 2011 5:57AM
VMware speaks out on licensing fracas
Is VMware the new Microsoft?
Aug 15 2011 1:00PM
Mechanical arm could spark memory breakthrough
Researchers have grand designs for Flash replacement technology.
Mar 29 2011 9:19AM
Council caught in memory stick blooper
Need to shore up security practices after losing an unencrypted memory stick.
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VMware to overhaul service provider licensing
Shifts vSphere to memory-based licensing.
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Eight and 12-core monsters hit Australia.
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Serious flaw discovered in Apache
IT admins warned to upgrade immediately.
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IBM claims x86 server breakthrough
HP "put on notice".
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Computer memory errors on the rise
Research shows causes of system crashes.
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F-Secure encourages writing down passwords
Hotmail breach exposes need for more complex passwords.
Oct 9 2009 11:06AM
Semiconductor business has hit the bottom says Gartner
Sees orders picking up, but a memory crash is coming.
Jul 14 2009 12:45PM
Scientists invent memory storage good for a billion years
Scientists are reporting successful tests of a new memory device that could allow terabytes of data to be stored without corruption for millions of years.
May 27 2009 2:02PM
Samsung ships first 16GB DDR3 modules
South Korean chipmaker Samsung said that it has shipped its first 16GB DDR3 memory modules.
Mar 20 2009 2:52PM
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