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Memory Corp has decided that a name change is in order, but hasn’t quite got round to choosing a new moniker. The developer of MP3 widgets and pioneer of mending dodgy DRAMs has just placed 428,000 Global Depository Receipts on the European equivalent of Nasdaq, Easdaq, with the aim of raising £5 million, following a not terribly successful similar bid around six months back. The Company Formerly Known As Memory Corp is about to launch an MP3-based portable stereo capable of storing 100 albums in a unit the size of a matchbox and is now working with ailing Chipzilla wannabe AMD in producing fast flash memory chips for digital cameras. All TCFKAMC needs now is a new name. Register readers are invited to suggest a new name in our exciting, all-new prize competition. We have yet to decide what the prize will be called, or, indeed, if it will be worth having. ®

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