VR bods partner for VirtualLink cable spec
Everything via USB Type-C.
Complete stats for 41,000 drives.
New EU limits will mean maximum 20p a minute or 45cents per MB.
We asked you what you thought of bit-tech, and here is what you told us
Adds SATA 6Gbps support and 32MB cache to cheaper models to increase performance.
Google security expert says firms shouldn't worry about where their data is stored.
2.429MB recorded in ten years, at a write-speed of 2.16 bytes per hour.
The journal Science has calculated the total amount of data stored by 2007.
Valve's new Steam hardware survey has Win 7 64-bit as the most popular OS.
A simple USB key with 256GB of storage? Crickey! You can carry around the equivalent of 54 DVDs on a piece of plastic half the size of your finger, and it even includes privacy software too - but with a low write speed and high price, has Kingston crammed in more than it can chew?
Database specialist Oracle has teamed up with storage specialist Emulex to donate open-source code for detection of "silent data corruption" to Linux.
A camera previously belonging to the Intelligence Services and containing top secret photographs and documentation regarding MI6 field agents was sold on eBay.
The Mozilla Foundation has officially announced the results of the Firefox Download Day - a Guinness World Record for most downloads of a software product in 24 hours.
Mozilla CEO John Lilly has revealed that the Firefox developer is considering tracking users' browsing habits on a voluntary basis.
In the third part of our detailed investigation into memory technology, our resident expert, Ryan J. Leng, dives into memory generations and detail its revolutionary, then evolutionary technical break-throughs that lead us up to today's systems.
Stealth-mode start-up International Data Security has a novel idea to solve the growing cost of real estate for data centre use: converted cargo vessels.
Using a Windows Home Server-based appliance to store your precious data? Better make sure those backups work, as Microsoft has spotted a rather critical glitch.
We've seen "usage monitors" on external drives before, but a student has come up with a novel way to show exactly what type of files are being stored, in colour, using an OLED screen.
If you thought Windows Genuine Advantage was your biggest concern after installing Windows Vista, you might want to think again after reading this.
MySpace has agreed to hand over the details of known convicted sex offenders that have signed up to the service.
Google released a statement late Wednesday that it is taking further steps to protect the privacy of its users. It sounds like "Do no evil" is alive and well...
There have been some well-documented and widely experienced problems with NVIDIA's nForce 680i SLI reference motherboard. The company claims that the latest BIOS revision fixes the problems that many end users have had. Hopefully it fixes ours, too...
AOL apologises for releasing peoples search query data but is it too little too late after detailed reports are published of the sinister things people search for?
How about fast wireless data transmission and onboard memory, in a device the size of a grain of rice? Sounds tasty to us.
The NSA has funded research into how personal profile information on the web can be mined and sorted.
Scientists have discovered that combining ferroelectric materials, long researched but never applied, with ions from water could result in hard drives with a 13 million GB capacity.