"Soon you could be able to store more mp3s and podcasts in your pocket than you'll ever have time to listen to. Fujifilm is working on a terabyte (1000 gigabyte) holographic memory, which it expects to launch in 2009"
Read on at Newscientist Blog.
Friday, March 03, 2006
Posted by dayoo_kun at 9:35 PM
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