Micron exercises IM Flash buy-out option
Just as it promised.
Improves performance, longevity.
InPhase Technologies has finally launched a product based on holographic storage - a technology the company has been promising for the past eight years.
Western Digital has announced the VelociRaptor, the successor to the hugely successful Raptor hard drives and it claims to be the world's fastest drive.
Big Blue is working on a solid-state storage system which uses nanowires to store vast amounts of data with no moving parts and unlimited write cycles.
Storage manufacturer EMC has bought Iomega - creators of the Zip drive - for $213M in an attempt to crack the all-important home user market.
IDF SPRING 08: Intel is set to release its own Solid State Drives later this year. Performance looks impressive so far.
An interesting marriage of a NAS drive with a basic Linux PC offers automated ripping of your music collection to a UPnP media server - no keyboard or mouse required.
Google has announced a trial of a new service allowing patients to upload and store their entire medical history on-line.
Intel has announced new research leading to a doubling in the capacity of phase change memory, a technology many think will replace both flash and DRAM technologies.
The SATA International Organization is working on an extension to the external SATA spec which allows devices to draw power directly from the host PC.
File storage site drop.io has extended its services with the addition of a dial-in voicemail box for each 'drop' - up to 100MB of free storage for MP3s recorded via any 'phone.
CES 2008: OCZ has entered the SSD market with two new drives at varying capacities. It says that it'll develop and improve the performance quite quickly.
If you need a bit more space on your laptop, how's about a 2.5" 500GB SATA drive from Hitachi? Plenty of storage, but does such voluminous capacity come at a price?
Got a bunch of free FTP accounts in various places? Fancy accessing them as a single logical device via a RAID 5 array? Don't mind setting up the software equivalent of a Rube Goldberg contraption? The answer is here.
The size of a fingernail and the weight of a paper clip - Intel makes some teeny tiny SSD chips.
Western Digital 1TB MyBook NAS adds overly restrictive DRM to deny access to the video and music you legally own, when you try and play it from outside your home network.
TVersity has released the latest update of its free software and will now stream a greater variety of video and music from your PC to your 360 or PS3 without the need for transcoding.
If you have purchased a Maxtor Basics Personal Storage 3200 since August 2007, then it's time to break out your antivirus.
Hitachi has plans to shrink heads in 2009. The company has announced its Current Perpendicular-to-the-Plane Giant Magneto-Resistive head technology. Say that three times fast!
The International Trade Commission is investigating patent infringements in the manufacture of HDDs. The result could be a ban on hard drive imports for some brands.
Many of us have been looking forward to the hybrid drive - part NAND flash memory, part platter drive. Seagate has finally delivered its offering, aimed at the laptop segment.
Poll: How do you store your music? Digitally with compression? Lossless? Physical media? Let us know!
IDF SPRING 2007: Phase Change Flash Memory is tipped to replace the currently Solid State favourite (NAND) and be the future of storage. It might even replace DRAM. Details inside live from Beijing.
A recent dinner with the CEO of the hard disk firm brings out some interesting quotes about usage models and future plans.
Intel's new technology brings solid state storage into system-critical applications. Cue faster boot times, happier users, more profit.
Vaja have got a new range of full-leather PSP cases. Like everything else Vaja, they're absolutely gorgeous. Paris Hilton alert?