IBM's Watson supercomputer has 80 percent of the processing power of the human brain.
Scientists at the University of California released a report showing that as of 2007, the world had stored 295 exabytes of data.
Consumer interest in tablets is behind a surge in NAND flash memory use that is expected to increase almost five-fold this year alone
Hit with an onslaught of users wielding high-definition electronics, Mozy said on Monday that it's changing pricing for online storage
StorageTek T10000C drive uses FujiFilm's new Barium-Ferrite particle technology
Hitachi announced its highest density enterprise-class 3.5-in drive, the Ultrastar 7K3000, which comes with SATA or SAS interfaces and can store up to 3TB
Cisco announced that it has added a hosted backup service to its entry-level, desktop disk storage arrays, enabling automated data backups.
While there has been a marked increase in the number of doctors using electronic health records (EHRs) over the past two years, the overall number of fully-functional systems remains in the high single digits to low double digits.
Marking the 50th anniversary of the inauguration of President John Kennedy, the JFK Library Foundation unveiled the nation's largest online digitized presidential archive.
A visual tour of the Computer History Museum's new exhibit.
The Computer History Museum this week opens a $19 million, 25,000-square-foot building expansion and exhibition titled: "Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing"
Micron Technology today announced a new line of solid-state drives (SSDs) with up to 512GB of capacity.
Hard disk drives sure have come a long way, baby.
Here is a look back on 40 years of gizmos, games, and gadgets that were a big hit under the Christmas tree.
Take a Christmas trip down memory lane about 40 years and get nostalgic for the "it" tech gifts from Pong to Furby