Wednesday, June 02, 2010

MC2 Post 688 What's The Latest in SSD's SanDisk?

SanDisk and OCZ

OCZ claims read speeds of up to 540MB/sec, more than double earlier SSD speeds.

SSD (Solid State Drives--No Moving Parts)

The SanDisk SSD G4 serves as a drop-in replacement for hard disk drives (HDD) in notebooks. The SSD P4 is the successor to SanDisk's pSSD modular drive and is aimed at allowing hardware manufacturers to design thinner netbooks and tablets, the Hot New Category Thanks to Apple's iPad.


Bots and Droids...Anakin, Anakin?

Robots That Can Replicate Themselves?


New Scientist' s Physics & Math:
Two Short Articles that Struck a Cord.

Muon whose Army? Tiny Particle's Big Moment

A Meeting of Mathematical Tricksters



Picking up the pieces - 
the IceCube facility at the South Pole
(Image: Forest Banks/NSF)


The Next Generation of Neutrino Astronomy



Wingman: I've Just Read about This in:

Anil Ananthaswamy's Book:  


Next On My Reading List is Michio Kaku's
Parallel Worlds

A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, 
And The Future Of The Cosmos


I Do Read.


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