The crystal can store 360 terabytes of data, which would typically take about half a million conventional CDs. Continue reading →
Massive amounts of digital information could be stored with no power and no degradation.
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 particle could lead to peanut-sized hard drives.
Two lasers are better than one for getting more data than ever onto a DVD. Continue reading →
Rechargeable microbatteries can charge a thousand times faster than similar technologies. ->
If you're in the market for a high-capacity barely visible USB drive, a solution is heading your way. Maybe barely visible is hyperbolic, but this is thin -- about the-height-of-a-penny thin. Oh, and did we mention it holds 2 terabytes of data? While we know the Thin Card combines small physical si...
If you don't want to leave your Amazon packages sitting outside the door all day, 7-Eleven has a solution for you. The e-retailer and convenience-store chain have teamed up to test new lockers that will hold your packages until you pick them up, GeekWire reported. Amazon customers can pick up their...
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