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posted in July 2013

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Memory Week in Review, 7/30/13
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7/30/2013   2 comments
Samsung's LPDDR3, Nanya profit surges, Greenliant and SSDs.
Scoping out the Latest in Oscilloscopes
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7/24/2013   8 comments
The current crop of scopes offers more channels, flexible resolution, and ultra-broad bandwidth.
Memory Week in Review, 7/23/13
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7/23/2013   1 comment
A compendium of activities over the last week, including quarterly financials, new products from Samsung and Toshiba, sTec's big deal, and whether or not flash falls flat.
Slideshow: What's Available in LPDDR3?
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7/23/2013   Post a comment
Now that the LPDDR3 standard is entering its second year of release, we thought it was a good time to sample some of the offerings available to designers.
Who's Got the Chops to Win the Memory Games?
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7/17/2013   2 comments
An annual contest puts contestants through exercises like recalling the order of a deck of playing cards, memorizing 500 numbers, and remembering facts about new acquaintances.
Industry View: Doug Wong of Toshiba on the Future of Memory
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7/12/2013   7 comments
Douglas Wong, senior member of the technical staff for Toshiba, talks about flash memory scaling, going 3D, and his picks for next-generation memory.
Turn Your Old Oscilloscope Into a Clock
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7/10/2013   5 comments
Lissajous curves and microcontrollers turn an old Heathkit oscilloscope into a timepiece.
The Week in Memory – 7/9/13
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7/9/2013   2 comments
The mobile market plays a role across industry, from financial results to new products.
Market Watch: Mobile DRAM Misses Mark
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7/9/2013   Post a comment
Despite a slew of market research highlighting portable devices as a growth driver for DRAM, 1Q13 mobile DRAM revenues were down.
Improve Your Memory in Just 25 Minutes a Day
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7/5/2013   10 comments
A brainteaser game improves long-term memory, short-term memory, and language.
Market Watch: NOR Flash Wireless Revenues to Sag
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7/4/2013   3 comments
Why the problem with NOR flash might just be NAND flash and what next-generation memory might prove to be an even bigger competition.
The New & Improved Memory Designline: Welcome to Your Community
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7/3/2013   Post a comment
Look for daily updates from key players in industry and a new suite of tools that makes it easy to add comments, pictures, and even upload video.


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