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The USB OTG standard shows future of portable drives.
Intel is bringing support for DDR4 memory to its server chips code-named Grantley, which are based on the Haswell architecture, sources said
Toshiba's drive is based on the UFS 2.0 specification, with data transfers as fast as 1.2GBps
The company has now posted troubleshooting steps on its official support discussion forum for affected users
SanDisk improves its Connect Flash Drive, which can connect up to eight devices.
MRAM and RRAM chips are starting to move beyond niche and could change your PC experience in a few years.
LaCie's Fuel drive solves the problem of limited storage in the iPad and iPhone.
Seagate jumps early into the CES frenzy, announcing a silver-plated hard drive, as well as other new drives with capacities ranging from 1TB to 4TB.
This is the company’s first consumer storage product since 2009.
LenovoEMC is boosting the speed of its NAS tower by 25 percent, adding native BitTorrent support for easy distribution of video files to and from external sources.
Violin is still searching for new leadership
Ho ho ho! Microsoft's getting into the holiday spirit—but the gift of SkyDrive has a few strings attached.
SugarSync no longer offers 5GB of free capacity, but the online backup site plans to release new features next year.