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Solid-state drive pricing has dropped about 30% this year, reaching what researchers call the magic price point of $1-per-gigabyte of capacity, according to information from IHS iSupply and Dynamite Data
EEVblog tears down an 85-pound, 1GB IBM 3390 hard drive from 1989. Don't ever complain about your 16GB iPad again.
And what the heck is Hojoki? A cloud-app aggregator with some interesting team-centric features.
Google has bought some more storage, but not the digital kind. The company has acquired BufferBox, a Canadian startup that offers temporary storage lockers where people can receive online purchases when they're not at home.
Make the most out of your Black Friday with these great deals on electronics from laptops, to tablets, to HDTVs.
FileLocker, a folder sync and collaboration service, claims to provide end-to-end military-level encryption of files stored on its servers.
Intel on Monday announced SSD DC S3700 solid-state drives with up to 800GB of capacity, designed to deliver improved performance and power efficiency.
To get the most out of Windows 8, you need hardware designed to take full advantage of the unique capabilities the new OS has to offer.
Cloud and data backup provider Nirvanix is allowing customers to move their data outside the company's New Jersey data center for free today to get out of the path of Hurricane Sandy.
The Pioneer BDR-2208 15x Blu-ray drive can be an effective tool for small businesses to backup and archive important data.
Music thieves end up buying more music than honest music buyers.
A year after a flooding disaster in Thailand took out a large portion of hard disk drive production, the industry has fully recovered with shipments to the computer market expected to hit a record level this year.
Hitachi has developed a glass-based data storage medium that is highly heat and water resistant, capable of holding data for hundreds of millions of years, and says it may be able to bring it to market by 2015.
The recent Dropbox data breach has many IT executives telling employees not to use it. These five products offer the administrative and security features that may restore their faith in cloud data storage.