Scottish researchers from Edinburgh University have reported that they along with researchers from Konkuk University and Seoul National University, had created a device which improves the memory storage for technology including MP3s, smartphones and cameras.
It is supposed to be a new approach that increased the operating speed of the devices by translating data into electrical signals. It is all great and wonderful. However I have to ask one questions; Do we really mean this?
I mean I know people who uses devices like MP3s and I had never heard of anyone having memory problems. MP3s nowadays has so much storage space, it is almost impossible to fill them totally. Even if someone somehow managed to run out of storage, I should imagined that it wouldn't be hard to delete some garbage to clear storage.
I mean this seem like a wonderful new way of going things but it is an invention we need? From what I know; not really.