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This Lightning and USB 2.0 flash drive is useful, but also shows how iOS makes it complicated to work with files.
Flash arrays are gaining momentum in the data center and technology buyers need to ponder a storage system swap when older gear is retired.
The launch of the iPhone 6 and a growing SSD market has significantly boosted Samsung Electronics' NAND flash revenues, a research report has showed.
Apple has been bolstering iPhone profits with overpriced flash storage for years. So why change that with the iPhone 6? Apple's thinking has changed.
Since adopting flash technology from Fusion-io, Future Ticketing is now able sell Big Day Out tickets without crashing the website, or it could, if the festival still existed.
Is Apple's iPhone truly a risk to state secrets due to location-tracking technology?
Apple is giving developers access to the fingerprint sensor in the iPhone 5s and they are lining up to embrace the technology. Here is a list of iOS apps that will be implementing Touch ID in the short term.
There have been some pretty bad vulnerabilities before Heartbleed. Is it really any more severe than CodeRed or Blaster?
Toshiba and SanDisk have accused SK Hynix of illegally obtaining data relating to NAND flash memory technology.
Consumer NAND flash technology has serious problems in enterprise applications, leading the industry to look for better non-volatile semiconductor storage. Researchers at IBM have been characterizing just such a new drive from Micron.
Massachusetts Institiute of Technology researchers are preparing to present BlueDBM, a near real-time query machine for big data applications.
Two grocery store chains are utilizing the latest iPhone technology for indoor geolocation technology. The potential is already beginning to show, by increasing sales and in-store engagement.
This was the week to spend time with super large phones and then enjoy putting the Moto X and iPhone 5s in your pocket. Kevin and I chatted about the latest in mobile technology.
A Singapore startup has figured out a way to mass produce nanoimprinted products, and it's starting to show this off by turning iPhones into 3D displays, and is eyeing security applications next.
The lack of Touch ID fingerprint scanning in Apple's latest products suggests that hackers have shaken Apple’s confidence in the technology. Will this be the death knell for mobile biometrics – and leave the iPhone 5s as an identity-protection anomaly?
That didn't take long.
Why a photojournalist who was replaced by a reporter with an iPhone still loves disruptive technology.
Less than 48 hours after the iPhone 5s went on sale, a group of German hackers claimed to have lifted a fingerprint and created a fake finger that could spoof Apple's "advanced" biometric technology. But anyone who's been paying attention to biometrics wasn't surprised.
The Cupertino, Calif.-based technology giant dishes out its latest mobile operating system, which to even long-time using iPhone and iPad users will be a welcome fresh lick of paint.
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