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KIOXIA CM7 Series enterprise PCIe 5.0 SSDs: up to 14GB/sec, up to 30TB
KIOXIA announces its new CM7 Series SSDs with PCIe 5.0 offer 14GB/sec reads, all in EDSFF E3.S and 2.5-inch 15mm form factors.
PCIe 6.0 spec detailed: next-gen PCIe 6.0 SSDs up to 64GB/sec reads
PCI-SIG announces next-gen PCIe 6.0 specification: up to 256GB/sec with a PCIe 6.0 x16 slot -- PCIe 6.0 x4 SSDs at up to 64GB/sec.
86 million PCs shipped in Q3 2021 alone, shortages now taking effect
IDC report says global shipment of PCs (including desktops, notebooks, workstations) hit 86.7 million units in Q3 2021 alone.
Phison E26 PCIe 5.0 SSD controller will power next-gen SSDs in 2022
Phison's new E26 controller is the company's first PCIe 5.0-capable SSD controller, PCIe 5.0 ushers in up to 32GB/sec reads.
KIOXIA expands the PCIe 4.0 SSD world with new FL6 Series SSDs
KIOXIA's new FL6 Series SSDs use KIOXIA's in-house XL-FLASH memory, and it's here to fight Intel Optane in the super-fast SSD biz.
Apple ships 90 million iPhones in Q4 2020, totally smashing records
Apple's new Q4 2020 iPhone shipments hit new record, 90.1 million units in the last 3 months of 2020 alone is pretty crazy.
IDC says VR headsets sales set to climb rapidly next year
According to IDC, worldwide shipments of VR headsets are down 6% this year but the industry is poised for a massive rebound.
KIOXIA launches industry's first 24G SAS SSD: pumps 4.3GB/sec reads
KIOXIA's new PM6 Series of enterprise SAS SSDs: built on next-gen 24G SAS technology.
Global smartphone shipments plummet in Q1 2020
Analysts say that consumers are holding off on discretionary purchases and upgrade time frames will lengthen.
Phison Demonstrates 4-Bits Per Cell QLC SSDs with PCIe Gen 4x4 and SATA Mainstream Performance
Micron Broadens Choices for Storing the World's Data With Announcement of New Enterprise and Consumer SSDs
Intel Xe: 1080p 60FPS with first card, could debut in June 2020
Did you really think Intel's first GPU would beat NVIDIA? Yeah, nah.
Rising use of Smart Phones has Driven the Wireless Charging Market at a CAGR of 30% : IndustryARC
Chunghwa Telecom MOD Partners with Netflix to Accelerate Growth of Taiwanese Entertainment
Microsoft's studio buyouts are just beginning
Microsoft will continue amassing key studios to fill out its release lineup and buffer its AAA games.
PS5 won't release in 2018, probably in 2020 says analyst
According to analyst predictions, Sony's next-gen PlayStation shouldn't launch before 2020.
PlayStation 5 coming in 2020, analyst predicts
Sony should launch the PlayStation 5 console sometime in 2020, NPD Group analyst predicts.
Xbox One X equal to standard gaming PC, says Crytek
The beefy new Xbox One X console is 'comparable' to a standard gaming PC's GPU, says Crytek...but there's some trade-offs.
Analyst: PS4 to hit 100 million in 2019, PS5 launch in 2021?
If Sony's PlayStation 4 keeps up its sales trajectory, it could hit 100 million by 2019...and a new PS5 could launch in 2021.
Analyst: Sony's focus on unique game stories is 'unusual'
An IDC analyst says that Sony's penchant for unique storytelling in games is unusual in the industry, but pulls in lots of gamers.
Xbox One X sales could reach 4 million units in 2018
Analyst expects 4 million Xbox One X consoles to be shipped in 2018.
Xbox One X is fastest-selling pre-order in Xbox history
But of course Microsoft doesn't supply numbers.
Xbox One X sold out in a day, expected to last a week
Microsoft expected Xbox One X pre-orders to last for a week or so, but they sold out in less than a day.
HTC may sell off Vive VR business
HTC could sell off its virtual reality segment in an effort to stabilize financial losses from its ailing smartphone division.
IDC: VR headsets will ship 100 million units by 2021
VR headset shipments to hit 100 million units by 2021, but will they be mostly mobile VR HMDs?
Gamevice's snap-on mobile controller could thwart Switch
Gamevice's snap-on controller turns Apple iPhones and iPads into a handheld gaming machine, and it could put a dent in Nintendo Switch's hype.
AMD raises expectations for server performance, unveils EPYC processor brand for the datacenter
Toshiba demonstrates latest 64-layer BiCS Flash on client NVM Express M.2 SSD at Dell EMC World
Micron's new SolidScale tech unlocks NVMe performance
Micron's new revolutionary storage architecture uses NVMe over fabrics to unlock the full potential of NVMe SSDs.
Micron unleashes the full power of NVMe storage, unlocking unused capacity and performance
Can HTC conquer the market and outshine Samsung's S8?
In the world of smartphones, HTC doesn't represent what it used to. So, what can we expect from HTC's upcoming flagship?
Smartphone market flourishes: Chinese manufacturers grow
Phone companies shipped a total of 347.4 million smartphones worldwide in the first quarter of 2017, which is a 4.3% increase compared to the Q1 2016.
Project Scorpio shouldn't cost $700, nor $399
Analysts pinpoint Project Scorpio's cost as low as $399 and as high as $700, and we think both of these are wrong. Here's why.
Toshiba announces volume availability of 8TB HDD model - company's largest enterprise capacity HDD
Toshiba unveils its largest produced HDD at 8TB
Toshiba announces volume availability of the largest HDD its ever made, weighing in at 8TB.
AMD previews 'Naples' high-performance server processor, prepares to return innovation and choice to the datacenter in Q2 2017
Toshiba's 2016: fastest growing storage device vendor
Toshiba was the fastest-growing storage device vendor in 2016 according to IDC.
Samsung's inquiry blames batteries for the Note7 fiasco?
A source close to the case has confirmed that the cause of the exploding Note7 devices is the batteries, as suspected.
Apple hits record sales with their Apple Watch
Cook didn't mention any numbers, but according to him, Apple Watch will be one of the most popular Christmas gadgets.
Xiaomi's smartphone sales drop, but they aren't worried
This year's Q3 sales in China, which is their primary market, have dropped by 45%
The sales of smartwatches have dropped by more than 50%
It is noted that Apple had the biggest drop, although they still maintained their position as the overall leader of the worldwide smartwatch market.