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Friday could bring a 'wild trading day' as the cloud storage company finally reaches its long-awaited milestone.
The latest in the cloud-storage company's shopping spree also delivers a ready-made presence in Israel.
Cloud backup firm Backblaze finds remarkably low failure rates in 4TB HDDs from Seagate and HGST.
Sanbolic's software is designed to make data everywhere available when applications need it
The Fasetto Link is far from fashionable, but it can stream your entire media library to phones, tablets and PCs. It's also waterproof.
Samsung's SM951 is a whopping FOUR TIMES faster than a traditional SSD.
Mirror mirror on the wall, who's the fairest hard drive of all? Seagate thinks its new drives are the answer, with mirror-like sheens and expensive wooden stands to complement more prosaic wirelessly connected drives.
Microsoft appears to be using OneDrive in Windows 10 to back up both data, and apps, suggesting that cloud storage will increasingly replace local storage.
Worried your SSD won't last long? Don't be.
IDC for the first time included original design manufacturers into its storage market analysis
The two tech titans are staging a quiet, intense battle for the low end of the the computer market, trying to lock users into their ecosystems with freebie cloud storage, while users enjoy gobs of capacity.
Researchers focus on metal-oxide molecule clusters that can retain electrical charge and act as RAM.
The company says it can pack double the number of bits in a die compared with its competitors.