Friday, 8 Nov 2013
OCZ has refreshed its flagship Vector drive with the new Vector 150, which is based on newer 19nm NAND technology.
Thursday, 7 Nov 2013
Seagate has just announced that its Samsung hard drive division will be shipping the 2.5-inch Spinpoint M9T, a 2TB HDD that measures only 9.5mm, making it the world's thinnest in the market -- for now.
Wednesday, 6 Nov 2013
HGST, a company of Western Digital, has begun shipping its helium-filled 6TB hard disk drives. First announced in September 2012, the Ultrastar He6 also features the company's 7Stac disk design, enabling it to fit 7 drive platters for a total capacity of 6 terabytes (TB).
Tuesday, 5 Nov 2013
OS X Mavericks have reported that upgrading to the latest OS has caused them to lose data on their external storage devices.
Friday, 1 Nov 2013
HGST has announced the release of their new 1TB 7mm thick Travelstar drive for capacity hungry ultra-thin devices.
Wednesday, 30 Oct 2013
Seagate has just announced two protection plans, which are named 'Rescue' and 'Rescue and Replace'. The 'Rescue and Replace' plan offers device replacement and data recovery for the damaged device. This plan starts at US$ 39.99. The 'Rescue' plan is a data recovery service that starts at US$29.99.
Friday, 25 Oct 2013
Synology has announced its DiskStations DS214play, a two-bay NAS server designed to serve as a full entertainment suite, DS414, which supports task-intensive SMBs, and DS114 that lets you get the most with least investment.
Toshiba has just launched its first 7mm thick, two-platter 2.5-inch hard drive, which has up to 1TB of storage capacity. Its small form factor is ideal for use in Ultrabooks, a category of notebooks that are extremely thin-and-light.
Thursday, 24 Oct 2013
Seagate has just announced their Kinetic Open Storage Platform technology. It involves a new class of storage devices, as well as development tools and libraries. By building this new ecosystem, the company aims to reduce the amount of middleware, traditionally required for such cloud storage services.
Wednesday, 23 Oct 2013
Researchers from the University of Twente have created a storage medium that is touted to last a million years. The disk is able to store data reliably over such a long period of time primarily due to the use of tungsten as its construct material.