Storage Archive

Toshiba Reveals Fresh, Unified Canvio Portable Hard Drive Models 0

Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. (TAEC), a committed technology leader, announces the latest additions to its line of portable hard drive solutions for personal storage, the CANVIO PREMIUM, ADVANCE and BASICS models, offering flexible capacity ranging from 500GB1, 1TB, 2TB and 3TB options. Although the models may differ in materials

CES 2018: Kingston Showcases Upcoming Mobile Lifestyle Product and More 0

Kingston, a world leader in memory storage products and technology solutions, is set to share its latest and upcoming products at CES®. Kingston® will have demonstrations highlighting the capabilities of their family of solid-state drives and encrypted USB Flash drives, as well as upcoming additions in the consumer lifestyle

CES 2018: Western Digital Unveils New Solutions to Help People Capture, Preserve, Access and Share Their Ever-Growing Collections of Photos and Videos 0

At today’s Consumer Electronics Show 2018 (CES 2018), Western Digital (NASDAQ: WDC) unveiled new and breakthrough consumer solutions that address today’s personal content explosion, including voice-activated media streaming via popular Smart Home devices, the world’s smallest 1TB USB flash drive and a portfolio of ultra-mobile, high-performance, wireless and high-capacity

CES 2018: Micron and Intel Announce Update to NAND Memory Joint Development Program 0

Micron and Intel today announced an update to their successful NAND memory joint development partnership that has helped the companies develop and deliver industry-leading NAND technologies to market. The announcement involves the companies’ mutual agreement to work independently on future generations of 3D NAND. The companies have agreed to

Intel Responds to Security Research Findings 0

Intel and other technology companies have been made aware of new security research describing software analysis methods that, when used for malicious purposes, have the potential to improperly gather sensitive data from computing devices that are operating as designed. Intel believes these exploits do not have the potential to