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.
First 6 Gbit/second, 2-terabyte SATA hard drive makes its debut.
HP says it will offer 60GB and 120GB solid-state disk drives in its line of ProLiant G6 and G5 servers.
Toshiba's storage division announced its highest capacity 1.8-inch hard disk drive that can store up to 160GB of data.
Corsair claims its Voyager GT is the world's fastest 128GB USB flash drive.
Apple is working on a software update to address hard drive issues affecting its latest 15-inch and 17-inch MacBook Pro laptops.
A surge in NAND flash memory prices is hurting sales of solid-state disk (SSD) drives for laptops, according to market research from iSuppli.
Apple appears to have downgraded the Serial ATA interface of at least two models in its new MacBook Pro laptop line.
SanDisk's Ultra Backup USB Flash Drive combines a physical backup button with sophisticated backup tools to make the little device convenient and easy to use.
Samsung is now shipping its highest-density memory card, a 32GB model that incorporates 30-nanometer lithography technology.
As health agencies rush to analyze data, some companies prep for a pandemic.