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January 10th, 2006

Jam-packed memory

The capacity of hard drives can be pushed to over 1 terabit of data per square inch, says Seagate in California. Increasing the data density can be done by shrinking the size of the magnetic spots that record the data the tricky bit is that the tiny magnetic spots are so small that their magnetism fades soon after recording. (3rd story on the page)


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