Just when you didn’t think memory could get any denser (there has to be a joke in that somewhere), Toshiba ups the ante and is shipping samples of the world’s first 64-layer, three-dimensional, stacked Flash memory.
Hard drives from Hitachi Global Storage Technologies have come out ahead of the pack as far as reliability goes, in figures released by the storage services provider Backblaze.
The Toshiba TV brand has been missing from Australian retailer’s shelves for some time as the parent company restructured and sold some of its non-core units to raise capital.
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