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On another table behind Sewell, an Apple representative has laid out two versions of the iPhone 7: One model, which has 128 gigabytes of memory was sold by Apple for $750.
Instead, universities are squeezing genetic information—each human’s genetic code takes up gigabytes of storage—on to their own servers.
Verizon Wireless lifted caps on data, texts and calls between Sept. 9 and Sept. 15 for post-paid Florida customers and provided 3 free gigabytes of bonus data for prepaid customers.
The craft has traveled some 5 billion miles within the Saturn system and returned over 600 gigabytes of data.
Both versions of the phone will feature wireless charging and come in 64 and 256 gigabyte versions.
Serious electronics arrays, custom fitted by NOAA's fabrication shop, occupy nooks amidships, to crunch incoming gigabytes of data and transmit it to the National Hurricane Center in Miami in real time.
Roughly 4,000 papers have been written using the 635 gigabytes of data collected by Cassini in nearly 300 orbits of Saturn.
The Ionic, however, also features 2.5 gigabytes of memory to hold music files.
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