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September 20th, 2005
Future Mobile Phones: 100 GB Memory?
The latest research, however, has the potential to develop a chip that combines the storage capability of a hard drive with the low cost of memory cards, potentially increasing memory capacity from about 500 megabytes to around 100 gigabytes.
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