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Western Digital G-Drive USB-C Juices Up Your Laptop
The new G-Drive USB-C external storage device provides up to 45 watts of charging capability through the USB-C port, so you can charge your laptop when you're backing up your files.

Western Digital Launches its First Portable SSD
515MB/s transfer speeds, hardware encryption, and up to 1TB of storage in a palm-sized USB 3.1 drive.

NanoPi Kit Builds a One Bay NAS for $31, Just Add Storage
An $8 board, $13 enclosure, and power supply adds up to a $31 investment. The most expensive component is whatever hard drive you opt to use.

Backblaze Dispels SSD Recycling and Disposal Myths
Drilling holes in your old SSD or using a very strong magnet is not advised. There's a much simpler solution.

A Typo Took Amazon S3 Offline
Amazon Web Services suffered a major outage a few days ago. It turns out one mistyped command is to blame for hours of chaos.

Japanese Research Team Creates 'Eternal Storage'
Storage with a similar density to hard drives, but lasts for over 1,000 years

Western Digital Doubles Density of 3D NAND Memory Chips
512Gb 64-layer 3D NAND chips are an industry first, promising larger and cheaper SSDs.

Dropbox Bug Restores Files Deleted 7 Years Ago
Dropbox's policy is to permanently remove files 30 days after deletion.

Nintendo Switch Supports 2TB Micro SDXC Memory Cards (When They Exist)
At launch that means 128GB of extra storage is affordable, but up to 2TB is supported.