News: DVD duplication market
USB drive-to-DVD burner unveiled
An electronics manufacturer has unveiled its new memory card-to-DVD burner.
Consumers 'increasingly duplicating DVDs'
A new survey has found that one in three consumers copy commercial DVDs.
World's fastest Blu-ray recorder unveiled
The world's fastest Blu-ray recorders have been unveiled and will be available on the market in August.
Blu-ray duplication on offer at Media Supply
A leading provider of CD and DVD duplication has launched its new Blu-ray services to clients.
Durable and flexible DVD discs unveiled
A company has devised a new form of DVD that can be wrapped around a drinks bottle.
DVD duplicator focuses on 'eco issues'
A DVD duplication company has revealed its latest efforts aimed at reducing its damaging impact on the environment.
Eco issues of DVD duplication highlighted
The environmental issues relating to the DVD duplication industry have been highlighted by a provider of such services in the US, it has emerged.
DVD duplication innovation welcomed
An American company has welcomed its own breakthrough in being able to offer blu-ray DVD duplication services.
DVD duplication 'going global'
The DVD duplication industry and firms that operate within it are going global, it has been suggested.
Shell adopts DVD to promote green credentials
The British and Dutch oil production company Shell has distributed a DVD in a number of countries with the aim of promoting its environmental credentials, it has emerged.
Road safety DVD 'could see national campaign'
A road safety DVD could be used as part of a national campaign designed to highlight the dangers of reckless driving, it has been revealed.
DVD Easter eggs 'available all year round'
Unlike their chocolate equivalents, it seems DVD Easter eggs are available to enjoy all year round.
Buffalo adds to dual-format HD drives
The selection of high-definition (HD) optical drives available has been extended with the introduction of a new dual-format device from Buffalo.
Copy protection cracking 'could aid HD-DVD'
Troubled high-definition format HD-DVD could be granted a reprieve with the news that its competitor, Blu-ray, has had its copy protection system cracked.
Partnership 'to benefit DVD duplication industry'
'Third parties needed' for effective DVD duplication
The tools commonly available for carrying out DVD duplication are not sufficient for professional usage, it has been claimed.
Plextor DVD duplication drives 'support HD formats'
With the war between Blu-ray and HD-DVD discs arguably drawing to a close, Plextor is looking to cater for those who chose the losing format.
DVDs 'will remain mainstream for foreseeable future'
Standard DVDs and CDs are not set to fall from use over the next few years despite the emergence of the high-definition format, it has been claimed.
Impossible Pictures signs up to distribution deal
A three-year output deal allowing 2 Entertain exclusive distribution rights for Impossible Pictures' DVDs has been agreed.
HD-DVD values 'soaring'
HD-DVDs are currently increasing in value as a result of Toshiba announcing the end of production and product development for the line.
Blu-ray victory takes further casualties
The success of the Blu-Ray format in the high-definition war has claimed another victim, it has emerged.
Microsoft 'investigating Blu-ray support'
Sony and Microsoft are undertaking discussions about the potential for the PC and Xbox firm to support Blu-ray discs, it has been reported.
Toshiba 'to focus on standard DVD market'
Toshiba is set to focus its future efforts in terms of DVDs on standard discs rather than the high-definition market, it has been reported.
UK Blu-Ray sales 'to soar'
The number of people purchasing Blu-Ray discs and players in the UK is set to increase rapidly in the year ahead, according to the latest figures.
Sony unveils new players to match Blu-Ray success
Blu-Ray's accession to the position of dominant high-definition format provider has been partnered with the launch of new players of the medium from Sony.
Microsoft 'unlikely to provide Xbox 360 Blu-RAy add-on'
Microsoft may not develop Blu-Ray playing capabilities for the Xbox 360, it has emerged.
LG 'will continue to back HD-DVD'
One manufacturer of HD-DVD compliant media players has announced that it will continue in its production.
Are Blu-ray HD-DVD format wars over?
Developers at Sony are likely to be celebrating today amid rumours that Toshiba is set to end production of its Blu-ray competitor format, HD-DVD.
Blu-ray sales pass two million
Movie sales on the Blu-ray format have surpassed the two million mark in Europe, according to new figures.
Samsung taken to court over faulty Blu-ray player
Samsung is set to be taken to court in a class action concerning the defective manufacturing of one of its Blu-ray players.
Microsoft cuts price of Xbox 360 HD DVD add-on
In the wake of Blu-ray's triumph in the high-definition format war, Microsoft has reduced the price of its HD DVD add-on for the Xbox 360.
HD-DVD to continue manufacturing despite Wooolworths blow
HD-DVD has vowed to continue manufacturing both high definition discs and DVD players despite Woolworths deciding to stock Blu-ray only.
Hi-definition discs to boost manufacturing after sales jump
A massive increase in the sale of Blu-ray and HD DVD discs and players may lead to an increase in high definition disc manufacturing.
Sony improve Blu-ray manufacturing process
Sony has improved its Blu-ray manufacturing process with the development of a new laser module which could bring high-definition content to more consumers.
Blu-ray DVD manufacturers enjoy sales
Blu-ray is dominating the DVD manufacturing industry in Australia, it has been revealed.
Simonis: Momentum behind lack of updates
European chairman of the Blu-ray Disc Association, Frank Simonis, has claimed that the incompatibility between older players and new features is a result of the need to "get the players on the market".
BBC Video continues with both formats
BBC Video will not follow the lead of Warner Bros., New Line Entertainment and HBO and become Blu-ray exclusive - at least for now.
HD DVD to up marketing campaign
Toshiba has announced its intentions to step up the marketing campaign for high-definition media format HD DVD.
Adult film industry backs both formats
The adult movie industry, which proved decisive in the format battle between VHS and Betamax, is supporting both Blu-ray and HD-DVD in the high definition disc battle.
HBO and New Line become Blu-ray exclusive
New Line Home Entertainment and HBO have both confirmed that their high-definition DVDs will be available exclusively on Blu-ray.
Format war set to continue
The battle between high definition DVD formats HD and Blu-ray could rage on until 2012, it has been claimed.
Format war reaches stalemate
The high definition DVD format war between HD and Blu-ray has reached a stalemate, experts have claimed.
Ultra thin Blu-ray drive ships
Consumer electronics manufacturer Panasonic has begun shipping a new ultra-thin Blu-ray disc drive designed for lightweight notebooks.
Blu-ray enjoys European sales boost
Blu-ray disc sales across Europe have hit the one million mark, highlighting the format's popularity over HD DVD.
UK set for cut price HD DVD player
A low cost HD DVD player, manufactured in China by Venturer, is set to hit the UK market place shortly after Christmas.
LG unveil new Blu-ray discs
LG have introduced two new Blu-ray products to the market place, rewritable and recordable discs.
SmileOnMyMac releases new CD label software
SmileOnMyMac has released the latest version of its CD/DVD label design software for Mac OS X.
Woman arrested after illegal DVD duplication activities
A woman from Cumbria has been given a jail sentence after pleading guilty to 18 charges relating to her illegal DVD duplication business.
HD DVD player sales pass milestone
Sales of dedicated HD DVD players have passed the 750,000 mark, following a recent promotions campaign.
Blu-ray outselling HD DVD in Europe
Blu-ray DVD have outsold their high definition format rival HD DVD in Europe this year, surpassing the one million barrier and accounting for 73 per cent of the total number of HD discs sold.
Blu-ray compliant PS3 is 'selling well'
The PlayStation 3 is selling really well, Sony's chief executive has said.
Horizon introduces dual channel chip
Horizon Semiconductors has launched what it says is the first system-on-a-chip that can enable dual channel 1080/60p decoding, encoding and transcoding for devices that support Blu-ray and HD DVD formats.
Blu-ray disc won't include game demos
The DVD duplication firm behind its release may already know this, but its news that is likely to hit gaming enthusiasts where it hurts.
Blu-ray dismisses HD DVD claims
The Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) European Promotions Committee has dismissed claims from its European counterpart, the European HD DVD Promotional Group, that HD DVD has a higher attach rate in Europe.
DVD sales on the up
Good news for DVD duplication firms - as DVD sales are enjoying a rare old time of it, according to a new report.
Shrek gets promo release
DVD duplication firms have been hard at work producing copies of DreamWorks Animation's Shrek The Third - and their efforts will be rewarded it seems, as Blockbuster launches a comprehensive national promotional campaign to support its release in the US.
Blu-ray and HD DVD in deadlock
Sony chief executive Howard Stringer says that his company's Blu-ray high definition format is losing ground to its Microsoft and Toshiba-backed HD DVD competitor - in news which could prove interesting to both consumer and DVD duplication firms.
The Invasion to be released on Blu ray
DVD duplication firms will be hard at work in the coming few weeks, as they produce copies of classy thriller The Invasion.
Blockbuster posts massive losses
DVD and video rental chain Blockbuster posted huge losses for the third quarter of this year.
Warner opts for Blu-ray and HD DVD
Warner Home Video has decided that it is going to break the mould - and back both the Blu-ray and HD DVD formats, instead of just supporting one of them.
LCD and plasmas 'reliable'
Extended warranties on LCD and plasma screen televisions could be a waste of money, new research suggests.
Blu-ray players to drop 20 per cent
Sony's Blu-ray DVD player will fall by at least 20 per cent in price over the forthcoming holiday season, a senior company official has said.
Sunshine to be released as PIP-enabled Blu-ray title
Fox Home Entertainment will release science fiction thriller Sunshine as a PIP-enabled Blu-ray title some time at the beginning of next year, it has been claimed.
Kmart supports HD DVD, as Walmart slashes prices
North American discount retailer Kmart says that it will carry just HD DVD players, dropping Blu-ray machines from its product range.
Calls for exhibition window decrease
A leading French video publisher on DVD association has called for the theatrical window to be shortened.
Blu-ray and HD DVD war 'futile'
The ongoing battle for supremacy between the Blu-ray and HD DVD formats will present major problems to manufacturers as they attempt to influence take-up of their preferred medium, it has been claimed.
In car Blu ray player released
Panasonic has unveiled the first ever Blu ray player for cars, according to the latest reports.
Blu ray.com fare well in Folding@Home
Blu ray.com is one of the leading teams in the shared computing project Folding@Home, it has emerged.
Cheap HD DVD player to be released?
Reports from the US claim that Toshiba could be set to release a new HD DVD player in the US for less than $200.
DVD sales to rise in Europe
DVD sales will enjoy a bumper fourth quarter in Europe, it has been claimed.
Xbox HD DVD customers to get movie offer
Consumers buying a new Xbox 360 HD DVD player before the end of January will receive five movies free of charge, it has emerged.
PS3 sales 'skyrocket'
Sales of PlayStation 3 consoles have increased markedly, following the introduction of two new cheaper models in the UK.
DVD release to have sci fi fans running
Classic sci fi adventure Blade Runner will soon be released on high definition DVD.
White PS3 to hit shops
Sony has announced that it will soon release a new 'ceramic white' version of its PlayStation 3 console.
News: USB/Memory Sticks market
New military-grade flash drive launched
A technology company has unveiled its new line of portable flash drives which it claims incorporates "military-grade" shock and vibration protection technology.
Flash duplication system unveiled
The fastest duplication system for flash memory media has been unveiled at the Electronica 2008 exhibition.
Silicon Power launches new Touch 810 USB flash drive
A technology manufacturer has announced the launch of its new USB flash drive.
MMO to be stored on USB flash drive
A new massively multiplayer online game (MMO) is set to be retailed on a USB flash drive.
Super Talent launches new gold USB
Super Talent has launched a luxurious new USB drive made from 18-carat gold.
Warner Bros Records releasing celebration USB flash drive
Warner Bros Records is set to celebrate its 50th anniversary with a special limited edition book and USB flash drive.
HMV to utilise USB technology in next-generation stores
The leading entertainment retailer in the UK is preparing to launch its new 'next-generation' stores which will utilise USB technology.
USB stick 'can protect children from harmful sites'
A new USB stick which can protect children from accessing potentially dangerous websites is set to hit the market.
Super Talent announces 64GB USB flash drive
A leading technology manufacturer has announced the launch of its new family of USB flash drives.
New USB flash drive 'doubles up as portable modem'
A new USB memory stick which doubles-up as a modem has been unveiled by a technology manufacturer.
BBQ flash drive unveiled
A new USB flash drive has been unveiled which could appeal to fans of a summer barbeque.
School wins 1,000 USB flash drives in competition
A school in North Carolina is celebrating after winning a USB flash drive competition.
Luxury USB flash drive announced
A exclusive USB flash drive has been released by technology manufacturer Incrudo.
New PVR solution using USB flash drives
A UK company has developed a new personal video recorder (PVR) solution incorporating USB flash drives.
CD duplication firm unveil USB flash drive technology
Corsair unveils new 64GB USB flash drive
A technology products manufacturer has announced details of its new line of USB flash drives.
Corsair voyager USB 'is durable'
The 16BG Corsair Voyager GT (CVGT)USB flash drive has been deemed a good durable option by one reviewer.
Kingston unveils new mini USBs
Kingston Technology has unveiled its new USB flash drive range, the DataTraveler Mini Slim.
Recycled USB stick launched
A new green USB stick made from recycled materials has been unveiled.
Swiss army USB drive unveiled
A technology website has reported of a new USB flash drive being prepared for the international market.
Creative store sound card technology on USB drive
Creative has revealed a new sound card designed for gamers that is housed in a USB flash drive.
USB stick 'used as a portable digital TV receiver'
A technology firm has devised a new USB stick which can be used as a portable digital TV receiver.
Deadmau5 and Aderra launch Live Events in a Flash
A new initiative has been launched between a DJ and a team of flash experts.
SanDisk launches new micro SD card
A leading electronics manufacturer has announced the release of its new SD card.
France set to issue USB flash drives to rail passengers
France is considering a new initiative which will see passengers use a new smart ticket on a USB flash drive.
Transcend's JetFlash V20 unveiled
Electronics manufacturer Transcend has unveiled its new JetFlash V20 (JFV20) USB flash drive.
Indie band offers USB wristband to fans
A Manchester indie band is offering its fans a limited edition USB wristband when they order tickets for a forthcoming tour.
Manufacturer claims world's smallest USB flash drive
An electronics manufacturer has claimed to have created the world's smallest USB flash drive.
Disaster recovery USB drive launched
Kingston has introduced a disaster recovery USB flash drive to its range.
New "stylish" USB launched
Global company KingMax has launched its new PD07 USB flash drive, the latest addition to its U-Drive series.
Chinese company unveils official Olympic USBs
USB manufacturer Lenovo has released a series of limited edition Olympic-themed USB drives.
Highlighter USB drive
A new USB flash drive has been unveiled which combines data storage with the ability to spruce up dreary work documents.
Green USB drive unveiled
Japanese electronics manufacturers have unveiled an environmentally-friendly USB flash drive.
Super slim USB flash drives unveiled
A new range of super thin USB flash drives have been unveiled by Kingston Technology.
USB device 'allows tunes on the go'
A new wireless USB speaker has been launched by Celleden.
Instant USB recording 'an excellent showcase tool'
A USB recording solution could help small bands to save spending money on studio time.
USB wristband used to pre-order album
A US rock band is selling USB wristbands as a method to allow fans to pre-order their forthcoming album.
Light Bulb and Fruit Flash drives unveiled
A technology website has revealed two new USB flash drives with alternative designs.
Concealed USB flash drive launched
A technology company has launched a new USB flash drive which is concealed away like a James Bond gadget.
IronKey expands global network
USB flash drive maker IronKey has announced an expansion to its worldwide network of resellers.
Demand for USB flash drives 'booming'
Demand around the world for USB flash drives as a way of transporting potentially important data is booming, it has been claimed.
Flash memory products 'being aimed at women'
Many of the latest flash memory products being brought to markets around the world are designed with the aim of attracting female consumers, according to reports.
Snowflake USB flash drive launched
A new USB flash drive designed to look like a snowflake has been made available for memory uses around the world.
'Paperclip-sized' USB flash drive unveiled
A USB flash drive that is around the same size as an old-fashioned paperclip has been unveiled.
Memory stick duplication solution showcased
A newly developed memory stick duplication solution has been showcased by its designers in Germany.
"Revolutionary" USB flash drive launched
A new USB flash drive that its developers describe as "revolutionary" has been launched.
OCZ launches Diesel USB flash drives
The OCZ company launched its latest set of USB flash drives that have been dubbed the Diesel range of products.
New set of USB flash drives launched
A new set of USB flash drives have been made available by the Avalon Technology Group, it has been announced.
Corsair launches new USB flash drive
The Corsair technology firm has announced the launch of a new USB flash drive it describes as "ultra-sleek".
NHS trust set to encrypt its memory sticks
A primary care trust (PCT) that forms part of the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK has made sure all the memory sticks its staff use are fully encrypted.
New 'Fortress' USB flash drive set for release
A new USB flash drive carrying the name 'Fortress' is set to be released in markets around the world, according to reports.
USB flash drives get new security function
A new range of USB flash drives have been introduced that offer an added aspect of security to organisations distrusting them.
New swivel cap USB flash drive launched
A new USB flash drive incorporating a swivel cap design for easy use has been made available, it has emerged.
Promotional products 'going green'
Promotional products, including corporate-themed USB flash drives, are being made in an increasingly eco-friendly fashion, according to reports.
Flash drives 'to become much cheaper in future'
Enterprise flash drives could become a great deal cheaper in the near future, according to reports.
New set of "ultra-secure" USB flash drives introduced
A new set of USB flash drives described by the firm behind its development as "ultra-secure" has been made available.
Tasty new USB flash drives set for launch
A new range of USB flash drives that are made to look like cakes are set to be launched, it has emerged.
Cruzer Contour 'offers a great way to carry files'
The Cruzer Contour four gigabyte USB flash drive offers a great way for professionals and other PC users to carry their data files around, it has been suggested.
Memory cards enable photo frames to 'go digital'
Memory cards are enabling photo frames to be brought into the digital age, it has been suggested.
New range of flash memory cards launched
A new range of flash memory cards has been launched by the Memorysolution company based in Germany, it has emerged.
Memory card boss targets larger capacity
The boss of research and development at the memory cards manufacturing giant SanDisk has made clear that the focus of his business is on enhancing the capacity of these kinds of devices.
USB flash drives 'getting cheaper'
USB flash drives are becoming less and less expensive in markets around the world as way of storing large amounts of data, it has been suggested.
Panasonic to launch new memory card
Global technology firm Panasonic has revealed its intention to introduce a new range of memory cards for use with its high-definition (HD) camcorders.
USB flash drive cuff links launched
A new range of designer cuff links have been launched with the added bonus of having USB flash drive technology tucked away inside.
Kingston welcomes 'security milestone' for its USB flash drive
The Kingston Technology company has welcomed the award of federal security standard accreditation for one of its USB flash drive devices.
Flash memory 'heading for the top'
A range of equipment incorporating USB flash drives has been packed by a team of fund-raisers heading for the top of Mount Everest, it has been revealed.
Squeezable USB 'has intuitive design'
A new USB device that aims to be more flexible for users and to offer an intuitive design concept has been made available to consumers with information to transport.
USB flash drive encryption 'supplied in pairs'
A new USB flash drive tool has been made available and is to come in pairs to offer a greater degree of security, according to reports.
New Sony camcorder records to USB
A new camcorder that that records high definition images on to a USB flash drive has been made available by Sony.
Transcend launches new flash memory module
Flash memory product development firm Transcend has launched its latest range of products into markets around the world.
Memory stick supplies imagery to energy-saving TV
Sony looks set to launch a new energy-saving TV that uses a memory stick to display still images instead of normal shows or movies.
Theft-savvy individuals 'customising USB drives'
People with an eye on how to avoid falling victim to office-theft have found new ways to customise their USB flash drives, it has been claimed.
'Eco concerns' in logo-branded market
There is growing concern among customers buying promotional products that they should not be harmful to the environment, it has been noted.
PNY 'sweetens the deal' on USB flash drives
Fans of college basketball could have more reason than usual to support their favourite team over the coming weeks, it has been revealed.
A-Data launches USB flash drives for Eee
Computer systems and accessories manufacturer A-Data has launched a new USB flash drive aimed at users of its Eee PC.
Memory stick storage to value ratio 'set to improve'
The amount of storage provided on USB sticks compared to the outlay required is set to improve as the drives become increasingly ubiquitous, it has been claimed.
Portishead to adopt USB format
Portishead have announced that their latest single is set to be made available on USB flash drive.
Personalised flash drives 'appeal to the fashion-conscious'
Many consumers like to be up to date with the latest technology, but maintain their individuality.
USB 'a dead ringer for jewellery'
With consumer demand for trinkets and gadgets seemingly inexhaustible, many companies are seeking new ways of disguising USB flash drives to appeal to different groups.
Saab to launch USB marketing campaign
The new limited-edition Saab 93 Turbo X is due to be marketed to carefully selected drivers using a mailout of USB flash drives.
USB designer creates a buzz
The marketing possibilities of USB flash drives have been demonstrated once again with a new product from one firm.
USB flash drives 'could save lives'
USB flash drive manufacturers are establishing increasing numbers of ways in which their technologies can be used and one new application has been struck on by a US firm in recent months.
Corsair debuts faster USB flash drive
Data storage specialist Corsair has unveiled a new high-speed, high capacity USB flash drive at the international CeBIT expo in Germany this week.
Top data encryption levels 'unnecessary'
The most powerful data encryption technology is ultimately unnecessary when it comes to USB flash drives, it has been claimed.
Intel revises profit forecast on USB chip sales
Intel has announced that it has been forced to reduce its gross margin forecast for the first quarter of 2008 due to a fall in prices for NAND flash memory chips.
USB for "discerning" customers to make debut
A new high-performance USB flash drive has been announced by Corsair.
Creative player 'has plenty of flash storage'
The newest Creative MuVo mp3 player is the perfect music player for a commuter, according to one review, doubling up as a USB flash drive.
High-capacity memory cards 'popular in 2008'
Demand for high-capacity memory cards is increasing, according to one industry commentator.
USB data protection graduates to fingerprints
The convenience of having compact data storage solutions such as USB flash drives can also be the cause of such items' security risks - in that they are relatively easy to lose or steal.
USB flash drives 'can present marketing opportunities'
The marketing possibilities associated with USB flash drives have been highlighted by the recent development of two products which make use of design options for their casing.
Transcend unveils new USB flash drive
Computer hardware firm Transcend has unveiled its new 32GB JetFlash V60 USB flash drive, which is a high-capacity compact offering for the UK market.
USB 3.0 'set for first-half release'
The latest version of the universal serial bus protocol, USB 3.0, is likely to make an appearance by mid-2008.
USB flash drives 'increasingly secure'
A consumer electronics show has seen the launch of new USB hard drive technology, it has emerged.
Kingston unveil new USB drive with card reader
Manufacturer Kingston has unveiled a new USB hard drive with an in-built card reader for use with mobile devices.
Freecom announce high capacity USB flash drive
Electronics manufacturer Freecom has unveiled the Hard Drive Pro, a new high capacity USB device with up to 500GB of drive space.
Kanguru upgrades USB flash drive line
Kanguru has announced security upgrades to its Defender range of USB flash drives.
PNY unveil new USB flash drives
PNY has unveiled a new range of USB flash drives with high-capacity and high-speed transfer rates.
Western Digital unveil new USB flash drives
Western Digital has unveiled its new My Passport Essential Portable USB Drives, a high capacity mobile storage device.
DoxNow announce new USB flash drive
Manufacturing company DoxNow has unveiled a new USB flash drive allowing which will allow its users to create custom indexes for their files.
Buffalo unveils speedier USB flash drives
Buffalo technology has unveiled upgrades to its existing USB flash drives, making them up to 22 per cent faster.
Transcend upgrade popular USB flash drive
Electronics company Transcend has released a new 8GB of its flagship USB flash drive Jet Flash.
Whazzat unveil unique USB flash drive
Innovative and wacky electronics company Whazzat has unveiled a new USB flash drive in the shape of a chicken's claw.
ATP unveil ecological USB storage drive
Electronics manufacturer ATP has unveiled a new USB drive that is bio-recyclable.
Iomega inflate eGo USB drive space
Iomego has revamped its eGo portable hard drives, adding new models with more disk space to the range.
Blu-ray users suffer upgrade disappointment
A number of Blu-ray DVD player owners will be disappointed to find that the earlier models of machines are not upgradeable, denying them access to the latest technology updates.
Fabrik reveal trendy new USB flash drives
Fabrik has unveiled its revamped range of Signature Mini USB drives for the coming year.
Kingston launches new ultra-fast USB drive
Electronics manufacturing firm Kingston has unveiled a new USB flash drive which has an ultra-fast read and write speed.
Blu-ray claim Warner scalp
Blu-ray has landed a decisive blow in its battle with high definition DVD rival HD with the news that Warner Bros. will release movies exclusively with the group.
SanDisk unveil back-up USB drive
Electronics manufacturer SanDisk has unveiled a new USB flash drive which makes a back-up of every file copied onto it.
Ridata USB drive claims award
Ridata's unique Yego USB drive has claimed the 2008 Industrial Forum Design Award.
USB drive allows biometric encryption
Electronics firm Transcend has released a new USB data drive which uses biometric technology to encrypt data.
Buffalo release 100GB USB drive
Buffalo Technology has unveiled a new USB drive with 100 GB of storage space.
LG unveils anti-virus USB
LG Electronics has released a USB flash drive with anti-virus and malware software built into it to provide added PC protection.
RIDATA up Yego Drive to 8GB
RIDATA has announced that it will be offering its popular Yego USB drive in an eight gigabyte (GB) capacity edition.
Toshiba announce new drives
Japanese technology giant Toshiba has announced that it will begin to manufacture a new Solid State Drive (SSD), utilising multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memory.
USB trend revealed
USB flash drives are increasingly playing a role in self-marketing techniques, a new report states.
Kingston announces launch of memory stick reader
Kingston Technology has announced the launch of the new Kingstone Media Reader, an external reader which supports 19 popular types of Flash memory card, including five different types of Memory Stick card formats.
Hynix distribution taken over by Memorysolution
Memorysolution has taken over the distribution of Hynix's range of memory products in central European markets, it has emerged.
Advanced Media announces new Flash memory card
Advanced Media has announced the release of its new 266x Series of 2-16 GB capacity Compact Flash memory cards.
NAND flash sales grow by 37 per cent in Q3
Global sales of NAND flash semiconductors went up by 37 per cent in the third quarter of this year, reaching $4.2 billion in total, according to research firm iSuppli.
Samsung to manufacture 50nm NAND flash memory chips
Samsung Electronics has announced that it will soon start the manufacture of 50nm NAND flash memory chips from its plant in Texas.
Creative to win 32GB race?
Creative could be the first mainstream portable media player to introduce a flash-based jukebox with 32 GB of memory, according to reports.
One-year-old PS3 backs Blu-ray
As Sony's PlayStation 3 celebrates its first birthday, the Japanese electronics giant has embarked upon the console's largest advertising campaign citing the benefits of Blu-ray, among other features.
Flash memory to drive future Toshiba growth
Toshiba should be able to exceed the industry average for yearly profits by around 20 per cent - thanks to good performance on sales of nand flash memory units, one expert has claimed.
Samsung makes Flash chip breakthrough
Samsung Electronics has announced that it has made a new breakthrough in the production of its Flash memory chips.