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Could this be the most PC shooter of all time?
Far Cry 5, The Crew 2, and a mystery title.
Won't let Toshiba sell to its competitors.
Western Digital still fighting, though.
Seeks injunction via SanDisk subsidiary.
Asks for arbitration over SanDisk JV.
No competition concerns, says EC.
Flash giant courting suitors, says source.
We put SanDisk's latest performance SSD, the Extreme PRO, through its paces.
SanDisk has inked an $1.1bn deal to acquire Fusion-io.
Our regular guide to getting the best components for your PC build, whatever your budget.
We put SanDisk's new SSD through our suite of benchmarks to see how it compares.
SanDisk has dropped first quarter projections due to overproduction of NAND flash components.
SanDisk is presenting a paper regarding its triple-bit MLC flash technology at the ISSCC event this week.
SanDisk has announced that it has perfected a 32nm die shrink that will allow for chips carrying 4GB of data each to be squeezed into a microSD card form factor.
CES 2009: SanDisk has this morning announced its third generation family of solid state drives at CES. It claims they're the fastest MLC drives ever.
The global economic downturn is hitting everyone hard, with Samsung posting a warning of 44 percent lower profits than expected prompting a 14 percent share drop.
Samsung has withdrawn its offer to purchase SanDisk amid poor earnings and threats of job losses for the flash memory specialist.
SanDisk has introduced a new physical music format dubbed slotMusic in conjunction with the four major record labels.
SanDisk has rejected a hostile takeover bid worth nearly $6 billion from Samsung, claiming the company is trying to take advantage of a temporary lowering in stock value.
In this week's poll, we're asking what brand of digital music player you use. Did you get picked up by the Apple steamroller, or are you using something else?
SanDisk's Sansa MP3 players are the tune-carriers of choice for the majority of bit-tech staff, so we hook ourselves up to the Base station to see if the Sansa line can continue to win our approval...
CEBIT 2007: Sandisk has showed us its latest addition to its solid state hard disk lineup: a 32GB 2.5" SSD that's dubbed a drop in replacement for your current SATA-based notebook hard drive.
Do you like your music a little more DJ than MP3? Do you prefer FM to AAC? You can now get the Sansa range of players with an FM radio built right in.
DVD Jon is now adding DRM instead of taking it away. Has he gone mad, or is this the next big step for your rights? We look at the history of DRM, your rights, and what can be (and is being) done about it.
Last week, German officials stormed into the IFA show in Berlin and stripped Sandisk's booth bare. That patent infringement injunction is now overturned...
Sandisk had its booth stripped bare by German officials at the IFA show in Berlin. Apparently, someone thought the company shouldn't have to pay the patent holders of the MP3.
Lovers of the Sandisk Sansa MP3 players will be happy to know that a new model is coming out, expanding storage to 8GB. Did we mention it's cheaper than the 4GB Nano?
Sandisk has got a flash player that appears to be 'inspired' by the iPod nano. Unlike many others, however, it actualy does a good job of delivering a kicking to Apple's finest. Is this the finest ultra-portable, colour-screen flash player around?
CES 2006: Flash memory giant Sandisk have launched a two-prong attack on Apple's iPod range with two new Sansa MP3 players: the c100 and e200.
CES 2006: Fancy taking all your applications, as well as your data, wherever you go? A new generation of flash drives will let you do just that.