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It looks like servers are its initial target, but HP is also working on an Android version that it says could lead to smartphones with 100TB of storage. HP said Wednesday it was working on a new computer architecture, dubbed The Machine, based on a type of memory called memristors and a communications technology called silicon photonics, which uses light beams to move data around at high speeds. Its still a research project in HPs labs, and its not certain whenif everThe Machine will make it to market. But HP is throwing a lot of resources at the problemas many as three-quarters of its labs staff are working on itand its estimates for delivery range from three years to the end of the decade. HP believes the current computing architectureused in smartphones, PCs and just about every other type of computer you can think ofcant keep pace with expanding compute and storage needs. So it embarked on a project about two years ago to rethink computing from the ground up, CTO Martin Fink said at an HP conference in Las Vegas.
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Reviewed on: 25 September 13 RRP: 599 inc VAT Rating: Sony has upgraded its fantastic Xperia Z. The Xperia Z1 feels nicer but is unfortunately bigger and heavier. It's a powerhouse with an all-round impressive specification. Easily one of the best Android handsets around but the high price tag taints this slightly. Reviewed on: 28 January 14 RRP: 399 inc VAT Rating: We love what Sony has done with the Xperia Z1 Compact. Finally consumers have the choice to buy a high-end smartphone without being forced to use a large screen. The fact it's cheaper than most flagship devices makes it one of the best smartphones around.
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