Don't-Miss Storage Stories
Should you replace your hard drive with an SSD or a hybrid drive? Will you get your money's worth?
Symform's new free and unlimited cloud storage allows customers to pay with bytes instead of bucks, contributing local storage capacity via crowd-sourcing.
The new My Book VelociRaptor Duo is the second Thunderbolt drive from WD and a compliment to the My Book Thunderbolt Duo.
What happens if you upgrade an older iMac with an SSD and more RAM? You might be surprised at the performance results. Macworld Lab has a report.
Western Digital has added Dropbox support to its WD 2go mobile app, allowing customers to shuffle batches of files between their 'personal cloud', mobile devices, and the popular cloud storage service.
Now campaigns can use the iPhone and iPad to collect campaign donations, and federally required information on their donors.
Digital filing company Neat on Tuesday unveiled NeatCloud, a business-focused storage service that includes an app for iPhone and iPad.
When these online storage sluggers come out fighting, will there be a knockout, or just a bloody match?
Seagate Technology, known mainly for its hard-disk drives, continued to build its solid-state storage portfolio by announcing Monday that it will take a stake in DensBits Technologies.
What exactly is Thunderbolt, and should you make sure your next computer has it? TechHive's Three-Minute Tech series tells everything you really need to know about a technology in three minutes or less.
Drobo today announced two new storage arrays, including its first portable unit, the Drobo Mini, and a larger array with as much as six times the performance.
In addition to backing up your computer, Seagate's upcoming drive can access services such as Flickr and Facebook to back up your online data.
The announcement by Apple that it is selling a flash-only MacBook, combined with native iCloud support, will likely lead to a drop in SSD prices and push other laptop makers in a similar direction.
Two docking station products set to ship in September of this year promise to bring USB 3.0, and much more, to the Mac.
Toshiba today announced a new line of solid-state drives that use 19-nanometer process technology, the smallest circuitry to date.