iPadOS dramatically improves iPad file handling and storage. I've been running the iPadOS beta 4 on an iPad Pro to learn about the new storage management features. Here's what you need to know -- in pictures.
For a company that prides itself on its computer expertise, Tesla's rookie mistake on flash storage is hard to fathom. But not impossible. Here's how it screwed up.
No matter what Apple announces tomorrow, one thing is certain: upgrading iOS storage will still cost too much. The good news is that iOS needs much less storage than notebooks do. As a user of both for years, here's why - and why you may need more.
The big cloud vendors are using their breadth and pricing strategies to lock in customers. But there's a growing rebel alliance that now offers zero transfer fees for distributing files. Here's the deal.
Flash-based SSDs have revolutionized enterprise storage. But SATA SSDs have serious problems that show that after more than 50 years of disk-based storage, our ancient I/O stack must be rebuilt. Here's why.
The storage industry is evolving faster than ever before in the 40 years I've been following it. While I tend to focus on the cutting edge, this is a good time to look back on the two biggest trends of the year.
Non-volatile RAM has been promised for years, but now Intel is close to officially launching their version, 3D Xpoint. What will it mean to you?
Who needs a 24 TB PCIe SSD? Probably not you or me, but NGD Systems surprised me with their answer and the reasons for it.
Despite all the noise that Intel's costly 3D XPoint non-volatile RAM (NVRAM) has generated, they aren't alone. Nantero, whose Carbon NanoTube (CNT) NVRAM promises DRAM-like speed, nonvolatility and low cost, has closed another investment round with some very big names - and exciting product plans.
Video cameras are so good and storage so cheap that we can make lengthy videos of our everyday activities that even the makers don't want to watch. Techies are hard at work to enable automated editing that emphasizes the interesting bits. Here's a report from the front lines.