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Toshiba introduces new high-performance consumer SSDs

Toshiba Corp. on Wednesday announced its all-new HG6 family solid-state drives that are designed to offer increased performance over predecessors. The new drives come in a variety of form-factors and are suitable for a wide range of applications from ultra-thin notebooks to data center servers. Toshiba’s new HG6 series SSDs …

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OCZ reveals Vertex 460 solid-state drives with 19nm MLC NAND

OCZ Storage Solutions, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Toshiba Corp., on Wednesday introduced its all-new Vertex 460 solid-state drive family designed for mainstream/performance mainstream market segments. The new SSDs utilize multi-level cell NAND flash memory made using 19nm process technology, yet, they perform even better than the Vertex 450 SSDs launched …

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SanDisk unveils ULLtraDIMM solid-state drive for DRAM channels

SanDisk on Monday introduced its new solid-state storage solution designed for enterprise servers. The ULLtraDIMM solid-state drive comes in industry-standard DDR3 DIMM form-factor for servers and plugs directly into appropriate slots on mainboards for lowest latency and higher performance. The SanDisk ULLtraDIMM SSD, which was developed in partnership with Diablo …

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Why does Adobe Flash need so many updates?

When software works, the updates are few and far between. When things go wrong on a regular basis and you’re always picking up new faults, then you need to issue loads of updates. KitGuru has noticed a lot of Adobe updates for Flash recently and is wondering ‘What, exactly, is …

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Chrome for Android will never have Flash support

Following last night’s news that Google Chrome for Android had launched, Adobe has come out and publicly said that Flash will never be supported in the Chrome for Android browser. To some this may come as a surprise but last November Adobe said that they will no longer develop Flash for mobile …

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Adobe say that Honeycomb OS will get Flash soon

Adobe have announced that Google’s new ‘Honeycomb’ version of the Android Operating System will be available in the coming weeks. Honeycomb is a much awaited version of Android as it is designed specifically for tablet PCs and is set to offer a whole new array of features. The first high …

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Adobe finally admit Flash ‘cookie’ privacy violation

Adobe have finally admitted in a blog post that there is a ‘weakness’ in the implementation of Flash cookies, or as Adobe call them ‘local shared objects (LSOs). This issue allowed other websites, not Adobe, to track user behaviour, even after a user has cleared the traditional web cookie. This …

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Apple aim iAd Producer as code free replacement for Flash

Apple have released iAd Producer, a new software package to design interative, media rich adverts using web standards for distribution through its iAd network within iOS applications. This is a direct attack on Adobe’s Flash developer tools, todays industry standard suite for the same thing. Apple’s new HTML5 development package …

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Google incorporate Flash sandbox to Chrome beta

Google have just released the security sandbox for Adobe’s Flash to the beta channel of their Chrome browser. Chrome users already running the beta build will be automatically updated to the version which includes the sandboxed Flash code. A ‘Sandbox’ isolates processes on the computer, stalling or halting malware from …

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Is Flash as evil as Apple say? RIM disagree

Adobe and Apple have not seen eye to eye for a long time – not since Steve Jobs went public about his personal loathing for Flash anyway. Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen was at the Web 2.0 conference and refused to be drawn into the debate again. While he refuted rumours …

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iPad killer? Exclusive photos @ Computex

The whole iPad phenomenon has grabbed the world by the short and curlies in an amazing way. KitGuru got one of these amazing devices airlifted from the States WAY before the official launch date in the UK, simply because we could not keep our hands off it. The device is …

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A Jobs well done?

A large portion of people reading this article will assuredly have strong opinions on Apple as a company and I would take an educated guess that at least 75% will feel they are ‘overpriced’ and form the heart of an elitist group of users who mock enthusiasts who prefer to …

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