Toshiba has revealed it has developed a model for transfer torque magnetoresistive random access memory (STT-MRAM) and has claimed it has, for the first time, beaten the power requirements of static random-access memory (SRAM). STT-MRAM has been on memory-makers' radar for a few years, and works by imparting spin – the angular …
and get to the bit where you start manufacturing. Please.
Why not hold off on the post-NAND articles until a point when it would actually affect us: like when one of these actually enters commercial mass-production?
Schrödinger's Cat is now DOWN
"by imparting spin – the angular momentum possessed by an electron – to a storage medium"
I'm not sure that what really occurs is all that well expressed with this sentence.
Spinning "left or right", there is a new Apple patent coming soon where their innovation is spinning left AND right.
"spinning left AND right"
Prior art - every politician ever?
Apple to patent "imparting spin – the angular momentum possessed by an electron – to a storage medium *in a mobile device*" in 3... 2... 1...
Apple has patented counting "1..2..5" thereby puttying the Holy Grail in infringement. The priest has appealed to God, but Jobs took God's iPad away, so there's a bit of disgruntlement in heaven, a Mutiny if you listen to Nick Cave. How will we spin our way past this one?
God does not use an iPad
God is omnipotent, and so has no need for clumsy, polluting, criminal devices. Jobs has no opportunity to interact with God as he is in hell for his crimes.
I thought Jobs WAS God?
Apple will mount them on their side, so they spin forward and backwards.
Which is not the same and it is much more cool.
Oh and they will have round corners.
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