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Western Digital Offers World's First 14TB Hard Drive
These huge helium-filled hard drives promise 60 percent lower idle power use per terabyte compared to 8TB air-filled drives.

Micron Killed Lexar, But Brand Set to Live On
Killing the Lexar brand actually resulted in Micron selling off the rights to Chinese company Longsys.

Intel Adds Optane Memory to Kaby Lake NUCs
Optane memory is expensive, so Intel decided to include it as a 16GB cache for its tiny PCs.

SanDisk Sets New Record With 400GB MicroSD Card
It's only taken them two years to double the capacity of these tiny cards.

Give Western Digital's My Cloud Home All Your Data
The new My Cloud Home drive connects to your router via Wi-Fi and backs up files on all of your family's devices, including PCs, smartphones and tablets.

Top-Rated USB Flash Drives
For quick transfer of all your files, keeping a flash drive around is a smart idea.

Western Digital My Book Duo Offers 'Colossal' 20TB of Storage
Have a ton of photos, videos, documents, and music to store? Western Digital's new My Book Duo is its highest capacity external desktop storage system yet.

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.