Researchers at Cornell University have engineered a new magnetic material that could potentially make electronics 100 times “greener”. Could this (finally) be the dawn of room-temperature superconductors?
October 12, 2016 by Robin Mitchell
NAND Flash is, without a doubt, the cheapest way to store a ton of bits in one place. It's also one of the most aggravating memory mediums to work with: bits wear out, errors pop up, and data gets lost. Why deal with all the hassle of managing your memory manually? Instead, use an eMMC!
September 23, 2015 by Nash Reilly