EMC's Iomega Corp. today unveiled a rack-mountable storage array, the StorCenter ix12-300r, aimed at small to mid-sized businesses with a starting price of...
Imation announced a flurry of new removable storage products from hard drives and flash drives to encrypted optical media.
Solid-state drives have been among the hottest hardware products for more than two years, with a good deal of uptake within the consumer PC, notebook, and netbook markets.
Western Digital announced today that it is shipping its fastest-ever VelociRaptor hard-disk drive, which uses a 6Gbit/sec. serial ATA interface and comes in 45GB...
The new serial ATA SiliconEdge Blue is available in capacities up to 256GB.
Seagate released a 2.5-in SAS drive today that doubles the amount of capacity over previous drives and offers lower power consumption while increasing drive...
Satellite phones, crowd-sourcing sites, and tech-based fundraising are helping relief effort in Haiti.
Western Digital has announced its first external hard drive that uses the SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface..
With the federal government aggressively pushing for electronic health records (EHR), 2010 could be the year technology finally allows doctors to to monitor their patients' health wirelessly in real time.
A former Seagate engineer claims in an affidavit that Seagate deliberately destroyed the source code pertaining to a disk driving using engineering company Convolve's intellectual property.
Micron Technology is preparing to release its highest-performing solid state drive for notebook and desktop PCs.
A Harvard Medical School study that looked at some of the nation's "most wired" hospital facilities found that computerization of those facilities hasn't saved them any money or improved administrative efficiency.
Thomas Edison State College plans to offer all 17,000 of its students complete courses on USB flash drives.
Articles by Lucas Mearian