Don't-Miss Storage Stories
The current file system, HFS+, is starting to show its age. At WWDC 2016, its successor was finally born.
Seagate's reliability improved dramatically, but Hitachi still rules the roost.
An outside contractor with established ties to the FBI has most likely shown investigators how to circumvent the iPhone's security measures by copying the contents of the device's flash storage, a forensics expert said.
Intel's been quiet about its super-fast Optane memory and SSD products, but few emerging details may provide insight into how they could be used in products like Apple's MacBooks.
Researchers at the U. of Southampton take another step ahead in holographic storage, actually encoding documents inside a crystal that can last for billions of years. Next up: finding a commercial partner.
Seagate faces a lawsuit over allegedly high failure rates in 3 TB consumer hard drives.
Backblaze has long offered a pricey option for its online backup subscribers to restore their data via physical drives. But now it's free—if you send the drive back.
Apple is doubling the size of its data center campus near Reno to support iCloud, iTunes, and other Internet services.
Luxury, thy name is LaCie Chrome.
The pocket-size T3 isn't just for PCs.
When Gene Roddenberry's computer died, it took the only method of accessing some 200 floppy disks of his unpublished work. Here's how this tech mystery was solved.
A utility you hope rarely to need gets a complete overhaul, omitting familiar features and making some actions easier to carry out.
Cheaper iCloud storage prices just went into effect, making the service more competitive with Dropbox, Amazon Cloud Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, and Google Drive.
Seagate has a firmware patch that fixes a serious vulnerability for select versions of the company's wireless external hard drives.
Sure, your standard Time Machine backup is a good start, but a mirrored RAID setup will keep your data doubly backed up. Here’s how to get started.