Samsung startled us this morning with its latest technological feat, creating a 16-gigabit memory chip that will allow the company to make a 120GB flash memory card. It's a techno-achievement that's the equivalent of a million angels dancing on the head of a pin. Don't be planning to stuff a 128GB flash card and that HD camcorder of yours yet, though, because Samsung says it won't be cranking out anything like that until 2009. [Crave]
Samsung Creates Even Denser NAND Tech, 128GB Flash Memory Cards Coming in '09
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