Friday, October 17, 2008

500 Terabyte iPod...?

See this site for all the juicy info.

So apparently scientists in Scotland have invented a way to get over 127,000,000 million songs on one chip - using "a functional nanocluster that incorporates two electron donating groups" on a carbon base. The use of carbon means that silicon (the previous standard for all chips) is no longer required, making the entire computer cost and process cheaper and more eco-friendly. No word yet on if they are actually going to be putting these chips in iPods, and frankly I really don't need one... But I want one.

Currently listening to: Rise Against - Transistor Revolt Demo

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