By Mark O’Neill
If you’re a REAL hardcore iPod junkie, you’ll be pleased to know that new technology has been developed that will allow iPod’s to store up to a staggering 500,000 songs.
That same technology could also be utilised on other MP3 players and other gadgets to store up to a hundred times more information than they can currently hold.
Or if music is not your thing, how about 3,500 movies instead?
This is made possible by the use of so-called “racetrack memory” which uses the ‘spin’ of an electron to store data, and can operate far more quickly than regular hard drives.
Kind of makes your old iPod shuffle pale in comparison doesn’t it?