HP has introduced two new MediaSmart home servers with expanded Mac, iPhone and iPod integration.
QNAP now offers a new four-bay NAS designed to meet the needs of small businesses.
Cloud storage vendor Backblaze has revealed its design of the 67 terabyte "storage pods" it uses for its cloud storage system, enabling anyone with the gumption to create one themselves.
Glenn Fleishman looks at seven Web services that let you back up your files over the Internet.
This year continues to be tough for server vendors, which have seen dramatic declines in business, according to analysts IDC and Gartner.
Microsoft on Thursday released an SDK that lets developers easily incorporate Bing in iPhone applications.
Iomega's new four-bay StorCenter NAS system works with Time Machine and comes with a host of its own software.
Gruml is a beta client for Google Reader that is pretty interesting. Considering its competition, though, Gruml may need to dig deep roots into Mac OS X and other apps in order to turn heads.
The new version of Entourage switches from the WebDAV protocol to Exchange Web Services, which should lead to a faster, more reliable performance.
HP’s MediaSmart Server LX195 is a very cleverly designed home media server, but you need Windows to get it up and running and for continued maintenance.