Seagate announces new 14TB hard drive ranges
Includes BarraCuda Pro for desktop users.
Includes BarraCuda Pro for desktop users.
Undercuts Samsung but at a performance penalty.
It's time to sift through the clutter once more and check out the latest gizmos and gadgets from the desktops and dark recesses off the bit-tech offices. This time round we have notebook fans, Antec coolers, a Razer mousemat, OCZ USB key and a copy of Crazy Machines 2!
IDF FALL 2008: You've read all the details on Intel's upcoming SSDs; now we've taken a pre-production X18-M 80GB SSD apart for you.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel has revealed that the first SSDs will be available very soon, with more to follow in the first quarter of 2009.
Laptop Magazine has published the results of a real-world test in into laptop battery life with and without SSDs, and it directly contradicts results gained by Tom's Hardware recently.
OCZ technologies has announced the general availability of series of solid state drives which includes a 128GB model for under £250.
COMPUTEX 2008: Patriot showed us its latest SSDs during the show and they're hitting some impressive read and write speeds.
COMPUTEX 2008: All has been quite on the Intel SSD front since IDF Shanghai in April, but the company has revealed more out at Computex.
COMPUTEX 2008: Several industry sources have said that Western Digital is working on a 20,000 RPM Raptor hard drive.
COMPUTEX 2008: Following the SSD trail around the many manufacturers on site, we got some answers to the state of the tech.
A team at Northwestern University in Illinois has published results of work into creating removable optical storage based around photonic jet technology with massive capacity.
COMPUTEX 2008: Silverstone has a nice sideshow device that might actually make you want one - functional, elegant and very sexy.
COMPUTEX 2008: Branching out into ever more areas, OCZ has today signed Fatal1ty, while also expanding its line of Flash drives and more.
Korean company Samsung has announced its latest solid-state drive, and it's a 256GB unit with pretty stunning performance using relatively cheap MLC memory.
The Silverstone MS05 2.5" hard drive enclosure - it may look like a baby photon torpedo, but it's actually a surprisingly decent hard drive enclosure for 2.5" drives. What other tricks does it have up its sleeves? Read on to find out!
The NSD-100 "P2P Download Engine" is a standalone device that incorporates a basic Linux BitTorrent client into its firmware and it also supports printer sharing and NAS functionality. For under £50, could this be the very low power media hub we're all missing?
InPhase Technologies has finally launched a product based on holographic storage - a technology the company has been promising for the past eight years.
Hard drive enclosures - they may not be the most glamorous piece of kit ever, but a good one will last you a lifetime and see frequent use. In this review we take a look at Silverstone's new Treasure TS01B 2.5-inch enclosure, which features RFID technology.
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.
Raidsonic blends a basic home theatre PC into an external drive enclosure to create a low power Mac Mini look alike. All you need to do is drop in a SATA hard drive and off you go! Is it really all that, or does it try to do too much?
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.