The only semiconductor market segment that has not been taken over by the foundries and still remains dominated by IDMs is the memory sector. The memory market is the last bastion for true IDM manufacturers, who must be savvy in the changing trends in end market applications, … [Read more...] about Memory Lane: Far From A Leisurely Stroll
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Not every disappearing technology deserves that fate. Sometimes the “losers” have an elegance and simplicity the “winners” lack. Here are ten examples. Electric TrolleyStreetcars, the country’s first major form of public transportation, were … [Read more...] about Ten Passed Technologies
For the smartphone that does everything, you need a case that does even more. Such as turn your one iPhone into two. Meet the Krimston Two, described as “a 1 phone solution to a 2 SIM card problem.” This clever little device lets your iPhone (6 or 6s only, … [Read more...] about The Krimston Two lets you run two SIM cards on one iPhone … at the same time
As you’ve no doubt heard by now – and it’s nigh impossible to miss amidst all the screaming, kvetching and outright mania currently raging across online forums – the impossible has cometo pass. Out of the seeming blue, on Monday, July 31st, … [Read more...] about E3: R.I.P.
Take-Two Interactive Software, owner of the "Manhunt" video game that was banned in New Zealand and which sparked the adoption of new video/CD purchase and rental rules in Canada, recently announced a partnership with one of the members of the record label cartel that's currently … [Read more...] about OPINION Gaming Industry Peddles Murder-Ware to Teens