Don't-Miss Storage Stories
On Wednesday, hard drive manufacturer Seagate announced that it will acquire a controlling interest in LaCie.
Advanced technologies such as HAMR could mean disk drive capacities from 30TB to 60TB by 2016, according to a new report by IHS iSuppli.
Can Google Drive make inroads with iOS developers? And with cloud-based services proliferating, how can developers choose among them?
Users of Apple’s older, soon-to-be defunct cloud-storage service still have until June 30 to move to iCloud, but MobileMe customers now have until September 30 to enjoy free upgrades to their iCloud storage.
Researchers were able to use diamond tipped tools to add pressure to a phase-change memory alloy and increase its data storing capacity and performance.
Amazon on Wednesday launched Cloud Drive for Mac, a means by which you can access your Amazon-hosted cloud storage from your desktop--sort of. Staff writer Lex Friedman goes hands on.
From TechHive: Glenn Fleishman isn't afraid of the big, bad Google Drive. But he thinks Google erred in not tightening its policies to match those of other cloud-based storage services.
Worldwide Developers Conference tickets came and went, we launched a brand new website, and Adobe unveiled Creative Suite 6. Those stories and more qualify for this week's edition of the Weekly Wrap, in which we'll highlight Macworld's most significant stories from the week gone by.
Elgato's Thunderbolt Cable will be available on May 4.
Microsoft has revamped SkyDrive, its cloud-storage service. Is it better than Dropbox? Here's what Lex Friedman found when took the new SkyDrive for a spin.
Amazon releases Send to Kindle for Mac, providing drag-and-drop, contextual menu, and printer options for storing documents on your Kindle device.
Dropbox, the Internet-hosted file-synchronization service, updated its desktop, mobile, and Web app software on Monday to allow any file or folder stored in a user’s sync folder to be shared with other people via a Web-accessible link.
This week’s app roundup is a feast for the senses. Love to laugh, talk, or eat? We’ve got something for you.
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies today announced its first enterprise-class 4TB desktop hard drive.