Think of it as a real-life version of the memory crystals seen in the old "Superman" movies. Researchers have developed a new type of memory that touts 360TB per disc data capacity...MoreThink of it as a real-life version of the memory crystals seen in the old "Superman" movies. Researchers have developed a new type of memory that touts 360TB per disc data capacity, with the ability to withstand extreme temperatures up to 1,832 degrees Fahrenheit. It's a major breakthrough in storage technology that could dramatically change our perception of data preservation.
An original Apple computer from 1976 has sold at auction for nearly $388,000. Known as the Apple 1, it was one of the first Apple computers ever built. Bolaffi, an Italian collections company, says in a statement that it bought the computer. The seller was a retired school psychologist from Sacramento, Calif.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere says the iPhone has been selling well, but it's not the only reason for the company's recent success.
Legere says the company has been improving its product lineup and adding U.S. support for its devices in the last several months, including getting the iPhone on its network at long last. iPhones has made up 39 percent of T-Mobile sales since it began selling the device in April.Less