Data storage: Nanoscale memory device uses freely moving mechanical shuttle to improve performance
A loose and rattling part in your cell phone is generally a cause for concern. Like most other electronic devices, your phone works by moving electrons through fixed circuit pathways. If electrons are not ...
Fujitsu introduces new FRAM-based device for radio frequency ID applications
Fujitsu Semiconductor America has introduced a new FRAM-based device with the industry's highest memory capacity for a high-frequency RFID (radio frequency ID) IC.
New Fujitsu V series FRAMs deliver optimal design flexibility
Fujitsu Semiconductor America (FSA) today extended its growing portfolio of Ferroelectric memory products with the introduction of a new Ferroelectric Random Access Memory (FRAM) product series that features a wide voltage ...
Renesas develops first 40nm embedded flash memory technology IP for automotive real-time applications
Renesas Electronics today announced that it has developed the industry's first 40-nanometer (nm) memory intellectual property (IP) for automotive real-time applications. Renesas will also be the first to launch 40nm embedded ...
Video gaming teens sleep less: study
Teens who play a lot of video games are likely to sleep less than the eight to nine hours a night recommended for the age group, researchers said Monday.
Memory device holds key to green gadgets
Fast, low-energy memory for MP3s, smartphones and cameras could become a reality thanks to University of Edinburgh scientists.
Article on memory may make a lasting impression, depending on theta phase lock
They say there's only one chance to make a first impression, but what makes that memory last?
Increase in 'academic doping' could spark routine urine tests for exam students
The increasing use of smart drugs or "nootropics," to boost academic performance, could mean that exam students will face routine doping tests in future, suggests an article in the Journal of Medical Ethics.
Some Short-term Memories Die Suddenly, No Fading
(PhysOrg.com) -- The human brain stores some kinds of memories for a lifetime. But when our eyes are open and looking at things, our gray matter also creates temporary memories that help us process complex ...
Dietary fats trigger long-term memory formation
Having strong memories of that rich, delicious dessert you ate last night? If so, you shouldn't feel like a glutton. It's only natural.