No Flash In The Pan
It's probably in your cell phone, it's definitely in your Palm organizer, and digital cameras are packed with the stuff--flash memory, that is. Once an uncommon cousin of the DRAM memory chips found in PCs, flash is taking off. Because flash chips retain information after the power is turned off, they are going into new gadgets as quickly as they can be made.
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