Thunderbolt continues to gain vendor support. That is good news for pro users.
Storage is what makes a computer your computer. Robin Harris writes about storage and other tech with a focus on the SOHO/SMB market. And fun stuff, too, like PS3 supercomputers and Google's technology.
Robin Harris has been a computer buff for over 35 years and selling and marketing data storage for over 30 years in companies large and small.
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An Intel technical marketing guy at NAB 2013 spilled his guts on the 20Gbps Thunderbolt upgrade. Here's the scoop.
Fujifilm recently announced that it was ending production of its most popular line of motion picture film products. The more than 100 year reign of the modern storage medium is slowly ending.
The price hikes from the Thailand flooding in late 2011 are fading fast. So are increases in drive areal density. Is stagnation the new normal?
Critics for years derided Apple's strategy of vertical integration. But with Microsoft and Google taking a similar tack, do we still need independent PC manufacturers?
Dell — #3 in PCs — is in play with three bids on the table to buy the company. What are the buyers planning to do?
Drive vendors have complained for years that half of all "failed" drives have no problems when tested. Maybe they need to build better drives. Here's a suggestion.
Will $1,500 hybrid notebooks save Windows 8? Of course not. Even $600 hybrid notebooks might not.
Flash SSDs are non-volatile, so what could go wrong when power fails? A great deal, even on high-end 'enterprise' SSDs.
SATA port multipliers are cheap and popular for low-cost storage arrays. But are they safe for your data? ZDNet reader experience can help us size the problem.