Flash, the plugin so many browsers block and security experts warn you not to use, is officially being killed. It’ll still be around through 2020, but …
If you’re a Web developer, you have an opinion on Adobe Flash. Maybe you view it as an essential tool for building your games and applications; …
Many websites allow you to look for freelance programming jobs or Web development work. (Hongkiat.com, for example, offers links to several dozen.) The problem for developers …
Acquiring Scale IO could help EMC pitch customers who buy their flash elsewhere.
IBM is pumping $1 billion into Flash technology, which it claims will speed up Big Data. The investment is also a swipe at one of the company’s rivals.
Apple executives may have decided that Lynch is the perfect person to help them move the company seamlessly in a cloudier direction.
Companies are embracing Flash for its ability to balance performance with low cost.
Facebook needed to move caches used for photo storage from RAM to (slightly) slower flash. McDipper is how the company made that happen.
Are Micron’s modules, combined with Agiga’s capacitor-powered DRAM tech, the next hot storage market?
The new ioScale flash device aims at providing lightning-fast storage for optimized applications.