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Seagate beats Western Digital to the punch with bigger, faster, cheaper drives.
Amazon may have launched its Cloud Drive service nearly a year ago, but it's taken this long for the retail giant to add some much-needed functionality.
Drobo added new Copy and Plex applications to its industry darling 5N storage bank to let users stream and store files in new, easier ways.
Hey guys! Are you celebrating World Backup Day today? By, you know...backing things up? If not, you should.
With a more sensible name and cloud features, Business Storage gives SMBs and SOHO users full cloud and network storage.
As SSDs start to hit their lowest prices ever, people are skipping hard drives altogether.
The drive is meant for military, space and industrial use cases (maybe the hardest of hardcore gamers) and will undoubtedly cost a lot more than your average Samsung or OCZ drive.
It's slightly higher priced per gigabyte than most SSDs but it's also a lot bigger. Do you need all that capacity?
Drobo has made a name for themselves in recent years by creating easy-to-use, attractive external storage. They've finally taken their storage magic and made it network capable, which means you can set the box in a closet somewhere and not worry about it.
Despite the rising popularity of solid state storage, Western Digital isn't letting its massive hard drive infrastructure sit and moulder. The new 4TB WD Black shows that hard drive technology has quite a bit of life left in it.
Don't plan a funeral for NAND flash just yet; it will be a few years before ReRAM is viable.
The glut of NAND flash RAM may not be great for the memory makers but it's great for consumers.
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