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Huawei multiplies partnerships with software and service providers

Huawei Technologies is busy partnering with companies in Europe and elsewhere to grow its enterprise hardware business

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'USB Killer' is a flash drive designed to fry your laptop

A hardware enthusiast created a USB thumb drive that can discharge a high voltage into a computer's USB interface

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Eyefi's Wi-Fi-enabled SD cards just got even more convenient

Eyefi's got a new class 10 SD card that supports RAW file transfers, selective file sync, Wi-Fi network connections, and more.

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LaCie announces USB Type-C mobile drives to match Apple's 12-inch MacBook

Need an external hard drive to go with that fancy new 12-inch MacBook you've got your eye on? LaCie's got you covered.

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SanDisk's InfiniFlash is a new storage format that will sell for under $1/GB

InfiniFlash is Sandisk's new all-flash platform for applications such as video streaming or high-peformance databases

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USB 3.1 flash drives? Don't expect them anytime soon

USB 3.1 may be too expensive to start with for flash drives, the USB Implementors Forum CTO says.

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SanDisk new microSD card packs a whopping 200GB of storage

The card can hold around 20 hours of high-def video.

Flash drives in mobile devices to become faster with new standard

JEDEC's eMMC 5.1 standard will also secure storage on mobile devices.

Samsung promises yet another fix for slowed 840 EVO SSDs

Months after releasing an initial fix, some users are seeing performance of their Samsung 840 EVO SSDs slow down yet again.

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Sony's latest snake oil: Pricey 'Premium Sound' Micro SDXC cards

For a $160, Sony's audiophile SDXC card claims to reduce electrical noise. Will anyone buy it?

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IBM puts software and cloud at the center of storage

The IBM Spectrum Storage strategy embraces multiple vendors and clouds

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Vint Cerf worries about a 'digital dark age,' and your data could be at risk

Efforts are starting to emerge to combat the 'bit rot' threatening today's digital records.

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Get 2 GB of free Google Drive storage forever with a quick security check

Keeping your Google account secure is already a good idea, so you might as well nab some free storage while doing it.