Semiconductor manufacturers strive to integrate the functions of various flash drives into a single chip to reduce the cost of the flash drive components, thus reducing the overall cost.
In the effort to increase capacity, no longer makes 1GB and smaller usb flash drives. Kingston publishes a 512GB USB3.0 flash drive and claims to be able to save data for 10 years.
Lexar is trying to introduce a USB flash memory card. It is compatible with U disk and is expected to replace various flash memory cards. (completed)
Flash has published new technology that can control the use of copyrighted data on a usb drive. The main users of this technology are students. This technology is called FLASHCP.