Hard drives stories

 
There's a physical limit to the number of magnetic bits that you can stuff onto a given area on a traditional hard drive, and we're pretty close to it right now. For hard drives to get bigger without getting, you know, bigger, we're going to have to get creative, and one research team has done this by taking hard drives into the third dimension.
 
My data isn't that precious. I mean, sure, I like my photos and my music, but if someone else accesses them it's no big deal. Other people aren't so easygoing. For them, there's the Aegis Padlock Secure Hard Drive. This...

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