Third-party PS5 SSDs can beat Sony's own drives.
TeamGroup's T-Force Cardea Z44L has a PCIe 4.0 x4 interface, but it will shine in PCIe 3.0 systems too.
Law firm Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is searching for owners of M1-based MacBooks with cracked screens to file a potential class action lawsuit.
InnoGrit's RainierQX enables inexpensive SSDs with up to 7 GB/s sequential reads, up to 1 million random IOPS.
Apple says it is implementing 'innovative RISC-V solutions' in a job listing for a RISC-V 'high performance' programmer.