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IBM Teases 330TB of Data in Palm-Sized Cartridge
The company has demonstrated the ability to record at an areal density of 201 gigabits per square inch (Gb/in2) on magnetic tape.

OneDrive No Longer Works With Non-NTFS Disks
Using the FAT or exFAT file systems? You'll have to convert your drives to NTFS if you want to keep syncing them with Microsoft's OneDrive cloud storage service.

Western Digital Announces 96-Layer Flash Memory Chips
As Intel starts shipping SSDs containing 64-layer chips, Western Digital prepares their replacement for next year.

Intel Launches Budget-Friendly 512GB SSD 545
It's the first SSD to use 64-layer TLC 3D NAND chips, which is how the price tag can be so low.

Micron Decides to Kill Lexar Brand
There will be no more Lexar-branded USB flash drives, SD cards, card readers, or other memory products.

Dropbox Is Moving From the Internet to a Private Network
The Internet includes too many bottlenecks for Dropbox to rely on it for fast and reliable data storage and access.

Seagate Offers 4TB Game Drive for Xbox Game Pass
With over 100 games to download and play with Xbox Games Pass, a large external hard drive could come in very handy. Seagate hopes you choose its Xbox-branded storage solution.

Tired of Netflix? Try a NAS
Western Digital's My Cloud Pro will now support the Plex media server, which recently gained the ability to play and record live TV from a tuner card.

To Spread Thunderbolt, Intel Will Let Others Make it, Royalty-Free
Expect to see Thunderbolt ports on many more computers, peripherals, and even VR headsets once Intel opens up the specification next year.

Google Drive Passes 2 Trillion Files Stored
Google's next big announcement is going to be when the service hits one billion active users.