As it turns out, the United States Federal Register, the country’s government journal, still receives data on CD-ROMs and floppy disks and doesn’t accept flash drives. Hmm.
Western Digital filled its newest hard drive with helium, allowing it to hold more data while using less energy. With 6TB of data space, you will probably never need another hard drive as long as you live.
Just add heat: Seagate harnesses higher temperatures to create faster, high capacity hard drives in the future.
Cloud storage is a compromise between accessibility and privacy, unless you bring the cloud into your home.
How would you like a tablet with laptop-like storage?
Two major Japanese firms have joined forced to create a next generation, high capacity disk that pushes the limits of data storage into new territory.
You're soon going to forget how you ever lasted with anything less than 1TB of super fast flash storage in your gadgets.
Take a look at this unique "online but offline" hard drive.
Kingston's going above and beyond with flash drives in 512GB and 1TB capacities, and prices that will make your wallet explode.
That's right. The cassette tape. It's back. IBM and Fujifilm are actively developing prototype data storage cassettes that can hold up to 35 terabytes apiece and are up to 200 times more efficient than traditional hard drives.