Month: June 2018

Using light for next-generation data storage

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One billion GB of data in a 5 ml tube: discover DNA data storage

Data storage has experienced a dramatic transition over the decades. They range from papers and physical forms to floppy drives, digital disks and private servers. Although many people are still working on more robust technologies, DNA data storage has recently…

Coby Portable DVD Player Battery Reminder

Coby Electronics recalls rechargeable batteries sold with portable DVD / CD / MP3 players due to fire hazard The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the company named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following…

Philips celebrates 25th anniversary of the compact disc

The world’s first CD made at the Philips factory near Hanover, Germany, August 17, 1982 CD co-developed by Philips and Sony – over 200 billion CDs sold in the last 25 years CD ushered in the switch from analog to…

Laser is voluntarily recalling a portable DVD player adapter

Because of the potential danger. Laser Corporation Holdings has voluntarily recalled its 240V portable DVD player power adapter. Affected models include DVD-PT-7B, DVD-PT-9B, DVD-PT-10B, PORT7-DUALB, and DVD-PT9-DUALB. The 240V AC adapter housing may separate if dropped, potentially exposing live circuits…