Don't-Miss Hard drive Stories
Expect parity in pricing with USB 2.0 and for USB 3.0 everywhere in 2011.
Robert Strohmeyer takes a look at the new range of DLP pico projectors and Buffalo's new cloud-connected hard drives.
So far, we've seen so many drives, your head will spin. We round up the newest offerings from makers like Hitachi, Iomega, Samsung, Seagate, and more.
Seagate's newest external drive is only about as thick as a smartphone.
Optical drive concept could help boost system performance, too.
Iomega introduces a unique iPhone/iPod dock that backs up your contacts and photos as you get a charge.
IBM researchers are a step closer to commercializing a technology that enable a mobile phone to store every movie released this year.
Seventy percent of the materials in the new drives can be recycled, and the drives use components low in halogen and have a super-low power consumption.
The U.S. government, concerned of more 'Wikileaks', banned CDs, DVDs and USB drives from classified military computers.
Just in time for the holidays--56 years of Playboy on a 250GB hard drive.