Apple's buyout of Israel-based solid-state drive (SSD) manufacturer Anobit Technologies will give the company a significant technological boost in the mobile market, and the deal could yield huge cost savings.
The supercomputer that beat the Jeopardy champions is now helping develop applications that will assist doctors in diagnosing and prescribing cancer treatments.
Panasonic, Sony, Toshiba, Samsung, and SanDisk Monday announced plans to jointly develop better security for memory cards, embedded memory, and other flash storage devices.
Seagate and Western Digital are cutting back on hard drive warranties, in some instances from five years to one.
Hard disk drive supply shortages in the wake of Thailand flooding will continue to affect consumers, computer system manufacturers and corporate IT shops into 2013.
If used correctly, TeleHealth can deliver a 15% reduction in emergency room visits, a 20% reduction in emergency admissions; a 14% reduction in elective admissions; a 14% reduction in bed days; and an 8% reduction in tariff costs.
The next wave of mobile adoption is well under way as healthcare providers increasingly turn to tablets, smartphones and apps to bolster patient care.
While flooding in Thailand is affecting hard disk supplies worldwide, the customers most likely to be hit hard by price increases will be consumers.
Hospitals that are prepared to adopt electronic medical records and achieve the government's "meaningful use" criteria have increased significantly, from 25 percent to 41 percent.
Dropbox for Teams starts at $795 annually for five users and offers 1TB of storage. It also comes with phone customer support and gives IT shops control to add or remove users.
A swab test conducted in six U.S. cities of 10 items commonly found in public places showed high levels of a type of germs that cause the common cold.
The 'instant on' feature increases boot times over previous OCZ solid-state drives by 50 percent, the company said.
Today's human-computer interface is an I/O bottleneck that can be corrected, according to a scientist.
The computer vendor is ending its decade-long reseller deal with EMC for its storage product lines.
Researchers find a way to use salt crystals to boost bit storage density on hard drives so they can hold more data in smaller form.