When the man who helped invent the Internet says we may have storage problems, it makes sense to listen. Vint Cerf thinks our data future could be in peril, thanks to mediums that can degrade and storage formats that can fast become obsolete.
The Internet could one day deliver your cat videos much faster than it does now, thanks to a new development in optical research that could allow more data to be sent, faster, via laser beams.
The fully automated Knowledge Vault project is designed to crunch the world's raw data into a single database. Continue reading →
Manipulation was done to facilitate research on how feeds affect users' moods.
No need to fiddle with USB ports: These flash drives work like sticky notes. Continue reading →
Holographic technology can do more than make pictures -- it can transmit data at the speed of light. Continue reading →
The code is sealed inside clay balls and may represent the world's first data storage system.
The particle could lead to peanut-sized hard drives.
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