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Scientists at Delft University in the Netherlands have developed an atomic-scale “hard drive” that can store the entire U.S. Library of Congress on a 0.1mm wide cube.
Seagate brings back the Barracuda Pro with 10TB of storage and 7,200rpm speed.
OneDrive users have begun receiving notifications from Microsoft that their storage allotments have already, or will soon be, reduced to 5GB.
Seagate Technology will cut about 6,500 jobs worldwide, or 14 percent of its workforce, it said Monday.
Samsung's 4TB 850 EVO offers consumers a viable alternative to hard drives for bulk storage.
Samsung has announced super-fast removable data storage cards that could one day replace the slower micro-SD cards in devices.
Following an extended preview period, Amazon's Elastic File System is now generally available in three geographical regions, with more on the way.
The current methods for managing local storage on a Chromebook suck. Google is fixing that.
Seagate is targeting drones and robots as it looks to add its storage technologies to new devices.
WD's My Passport Wireless Pro external drive is the first self-contained, fully portable Plex media server.
Seagate's packing an 8TB hard drive in its new external Backup Plus Hub, which can be hooked up to a Raspberry Pi 3 or Chromebooks for expanded storage.
Pure Storage already lets enterprises buy new controllers for their flash arrays by subscription. Now it’s offering a way to trade in old flash media when new and improved versions come out.
From PCs to servers, Intel is trying to redesign the way computers operate. We've already seen how PCs are changing, with 2-in-1 hybrids and tiny Compute Sticks, but some of the chip maker's groundbreaking technologies will initially appear in servers.
NetApp's SolidFire division, a recent acquisition focused on all-flash technology, is introducing a way for customers to buy its software and hardware separately. As their needs grow and change, enterprises will be able to use the same software licenses across multiple sites and machines.
Samsung's PM971-NVMe drive crams half a terabyte of storage into a single teeny tiny chip