Friday, 11 April 2008 03:23
New non-volatile memory technologies pop up from time to time, but they don't always make a lasting impression. Remember bubble memory? What about FRAM? Now IBM reckons its 'racetrack' memory could deliver the performance and reliability of flash memory with the low cost and high capacity of hard drives.
Published in Cloud Computing
Thursday, 28 February 2008 20:01
On February 26, 1896, Henri Becquerel stored a photographic plate with uranium salts lying on top of it. He intended to later perform an experiment on phosphorescent emissions stimulated by the Sun. However, something unusual happened!
Published in Energy
Friday, 01 February 2008 17:11
When the good folk at Linux Australia sat down with the organisers of the Australian national Linux conference and decided that Bruce Schneier would be the keynote speaker on the opening day of the main conference, they couldn't have made a more correct decision.
Published in Open Sauce