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Netbook users worried about storing sensitive data on their portables are being offered the world's first whole-disk encryption that will run useably on Intel's...
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...
Get a sneak peek at the gear and processes that go into creating the flash that occupies SSDs, memory cards, and USB drives.
Tablets were the big news of the week, but not the only story; here's what else was hot in the GeekTech blog.
CentennialMerchant's cassette-to-hard drive conversion gives old VHS tapes a second chance.
PCWorld editors Robert Strohmeyer, Jason Cross, Ginny Mies, and Tim Moynihan discuss the most exciting hardware advances and trends for mobile devices in 2010.
These pocket-size drives are great for backup or for storing your multimedia file collection.
From 3D home-theater gear to tablets, tablets, everywhere, here's what we loved and hated at this year's show.
The big show in Vegas hasn't even officially started yet, but we've already seen new tablets, innovative cameras, and a speaker built into a light bulb.
The storage industry is turning its focus to helping us managing our data, not just warehouse it.
Western Digital has announced its first external hard drive that uses the SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface..