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Samsung and Xiaomi are getting ready to adopt the next-generation embedded memory standard called UFS 2.0, which comes with three times faster performance than eMMC 5.0 and improved energy efficiency.
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Tom's Hardware brings back the second annual Reader's Choice Awards.
Soon you can edit Office files stored in Dropbox. Plus, Amazon is offering unlimited space for Prime subscribers.
Toshiba finally (almost) catches up to its competitors for consumer-grade hard drive capacities.
You must subscribe to Office 365 in order to get unlimited storage space on OneDrive.
Lian-Li's latest Mini-ITX enclosure is like a suit, but for your NAS.
Here's an SSD in a USB stick form factor, complete with a controller.
Samsung released a patch to fix the performance your 840 EVO SSD might lose over time.
There's no hacking going on here, says Dropbox.
A mishap with Selective Sync brings free Dropbox Pro for free to affected users.
ASRock's latest motherboard can drive up to 18 SATA devices.
Samsung has begun mass production of its 3-bit per cell 3D V-NAND memory.
Mushkin's Latest SSD brings another value offering to the market.
Qnap has updated its TS-x70 Pro NAS units by expanding the memory to 16 GB.
Thecus customers can turn their NAS into a home automation controller and more.
SanDisk's fastest MicroSD card now fits 64 GB of your data.
This should be ideal for professional photographers.
LaCie's latest creation packs a hard drive and an SSD into a single Thunderbolt device.
How can you go wrong with a DVR packing 24 TB of storage?