New “Shingled” Hard Drives Hold Terabytes For Pennies A Gig

While the last time most of us thought of shingles was when we were itchy in eighth grade, Seagate has been thinking of them as a way to store data. Called Shingled Magnetic Recording (SMR) Drives, Se

The Tesla Saga Continues As NY Times Journo Refutes Claims, CNN Drives A Long Route Without A Hitch

Another day, another salvo in the long-running <a href="">NY Times/Tesla Motors</a> war. This time the NYT journalist John Broder, writing o

Seagate Has Sold 1 Million Hybrid Hard Drives

<a HREF="">Seagate</a> has just announced that they've sold their 1 millionth Momentus XT hybrid solid-state/mechanical hard drive, an interesting development for t

Hitachi Releases G-Connect Wireless Storage For iPad

It’s nice to have a few hundred gigabytes in your bag and when the first guys to the wireless hard drive party, Seagate, released the Satellite, they piqued my interest by allowing those gigabyt

Hands-On With The Seagate GoFlex Satellite Hard Drive

I’m trying to put this thing into a position where I can really test it out but basically it’s a wireless hard drive. It’s called the Seagate GoFlex Satellite and it contains a small

IODATA 3TB Drive Looks Like It's Mad At You

<img src="" /> Need 3 terabytes of storage? Sure, why not? The <a HREF="">HD

Hands-On With The Seagate GoFlex Slim Hard Drive

<img src="">You can't really tell how slim the Seagate GoFlex Slim drive really is until you see it next to a standard ex

Lamborghini Hard Drive Will Make Your Data Go Faster

<img src=""> Fast hard drives are a dime-a-dozen

Quick Look: Seagate launches the FreeAgent GoFlex system

It’s an endless battle: a new transport protocol replaces an old one and all of the drives based on the older system are completely obsolete. Well, Seagate thought long and hard and created the

The Verbatim Tough-N-Tiny is a tough, tiny 8GB USB drive

<img src="" />Yup, that little guy will hold a cool 8GB. (There's also a 4GB version, in red.) And look a that, there's a hole so you c

Iomega launches jolly, candy coated USB drives

Not much to talk about here. Iomega just launched eGo drives in four colors with up to 500GB capacity. The 500GB model is $135 while the 250GB is $85. They run on USB power and include back-up and vir

Review: Fujitstu 400GB HandyDrive

A man becomes preeminent, he’s expected to have enthusiasms. Enthusiasms, enthusiasms… What are mine? What draws my admiration? What is that which gives me joy? The Fujitsu 400GB HandyDriv

500GB Fujitsu portable disk has built-in encryption

Fujitsu just announced a 500GB, 5400RPM SATA drive for portable applications with full disk encryption, a boon to the paranoid. The drive supports 256-bit AES. No pricing but expect it in heavy duty l

Review: Seagate FreeAgent Go 500GB hard drive

A few years ago, a 512MB memory card was a huge deal. MP3 players used to have 128MB internal storage and the iPod was a monster at 40GB. Now time-travel into the future where the FreeAgent Go 500GB d

Back to School: Must-have Dorm Room Gadgets

Note: Not a must-have. Here are a few dorm room gadgets we think you might be able to use at school or home to keep yourself online, in-touch, and entertained without much set-up time.

Micron pumps out 256GB solid-state drives

Welcome to the era of no moving parts. Micron is preparing 256GB solid state drives for use in laptops and mini PCs and expect to have working models available in the next year. No pricing, but the dr

Fast 128GB solid state drives coming in April

Solid state drive capacity and availability continues to grow with the announcement of Mtron’s 128GB 1.8-inch SSD. It’ll have maximum read/write speeds of 120MBps and 100MBps, respectively

Corsair's nigh-invulnerable thumb drives hit 32GB

Corsair, memory extraordinaire, has made me very happy. Their newest USB flash drives are available in sizes up to 32GB, and with the ruggedized, water-resistant Survivor series, you’ve got your

Sony's 4X Blu-Ray Burner

The BWU-200S is a 4x BD-R/16xDVD+/-R burner for the average Joe. At about $600 it essentially democratizes the BD burning process to an impressive degree, enabling us all to create our own “back

Make Cakes in Your Computer! EZ-Bake Drive

Geeks like to eat sweets. Don’t believe me? Go find a geek, you’ll find junk food. But homemade cake is better than store bought cake. And homemade cake from your favorite computer is the
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