Samsung has announced UFS 4.0 flash storage smartphones. The new technology is faster and more efficient than the previous standard, UFS 3.1, and should provide users with better overall performance and battery life.
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After becoming all but unrelevant once Apple removed SD card readers from its MacBook Pro lineup, Transcend is back with a new lineup of JetDrive SD cards that sit flush with the body of Apple's new M1-powered MacBook Pro computers.
Western Digital doesn't specify what caused the contamination of its two facilities but says it's working alongside a partner to get the production lines operational as fast as possible.
Sintech has developed an adapter that lets users convert an M.2 2230 NVMe SSD into a CFexpress Type B memory card for use in numerous cameras, including models from Canon, Nikon and Panasonic.
The GNARBOX 2.0 SSD is an impressive device. However, it requires an app to function at its best. That app is no longer available, and it appears the company behind the product no longer exists. Buyer beware.
Following numerous security concerns this year, Western Digital has announced that it is ending support for prior generations of My Cloud OS, which will limit the utility of some older products.
Researchers at the University of Southampton have developed a method for storing huge amounts of data on a silica disc about the size of a traditional CD. The storage technology can store up to 10,000 times more data than a Blu-Ray disc.
Some Western Digital My Book Live users are reporting complete data loss. Western Digital is advising users of the network-connected external hard drive to disconnect it from the internet immediately.
The drop in price comes at the cost of losing DRAM, but Samsung promises 'identical' performance to other DRAM-equipped SSDs thanks to the use of Host Memory Buffer.
The OWC Envoy Pro FX is constructed of an aluminum closure that’s IP67 rated to ensure your photos and videos are protected from the elements (and clumsiness)
The new high-performance SSDs use a PCIe 4.0 interface to achieve their maximum speeds, but are also backwards compatible with the more common PCIe 3.0 interface and still offer a performance boost over their 970 Pro predecessors.
OWC's latest ThunderBay products include a 3-in-1 storage solution and a new 8-bay Thunderbolt 3 dock that can be used to create a personal data center.
The drive is currently a prototype, but Wccf reports it ‘is planned to be available in 512GB, 1TB, and 2TB capacities’ when it inevitably drops.
Canon suggests downloading all of your photos before the service officially shuts down on January 31, 2020.
After being successfully funded via Kickstarter, the Gnarbox 2.0 SSD is now available for creatives across the world.
LaCie has announced a trio of SSDs with ruggedized protection for the harshest of environments.
PNY has added a pair of compact SSD drives and a smartphone gimbal to its product lineup.
Adding a 6-bay higher performance model to its Slim series of small and portable NAS units, Synology hopes to offer plenty of capacity, functionality and speed. Here's a hands-on review of the new Synology DS620Slim.
CFexpress 2.0 cards will come in three different form factors, each of which will offer different maximum speeds.
Network attached storage manufacturer Synology recently announced a new DiskStation model that aims to provide a lower price-point 5-bay NAS for photographers and small businesses. Here's a quick overview of the new model.
MASV, a cloud-based data storage provider akin to Google Drive and Dropbox, has announced a massive 3.0 update that brings an improved UI, better mobile support and updates to its billing process.
The SD Association has unveiled the new microSD Express format which brings much higher transfer speeds and reduced power consumption to microSD cards.
Storage and accessory manufacturer Glyph has released its new Atom NVMe SSD and Thunderbolt 3 dock with dual 4K display support.
Western Digital's latest portable storage solution offers large capacities and fast performance in a rugged case.
When it was introduced earlier this year, Google's new cloud storage service wasn't available to new customers. Now, anyone in the US can sign up for a Google One plan, starting at $2/month for 100GB of storage.
In 2016, Samsung launched a prohibitively expensive 4TB SSD. This week it revealed that it has started mass producing a less expensive variant.
Synology has added a new 6-bay NAS to its DiskStation+ series, and it's aimed squarely at photographers and medium sized businesses. The DS1618+ can handle up to six 12TB drives, giving it a max capacity of 72TB, or up to 60TB in RAID 5.
Google is replacing its existing Google Drive plans with newly packaged Google One plans that are 50% cheaper and come with live chat support. Two terabytes of cloud storage will now cost you just $10/month.
The PRO Endurance line of cards features 25 times the endurance of the company's speed-focused cards. They're water, temperature, x-ray, and magnetic-proof, and are rated for up to 43,800 hours of continuous video recording.
The new drives come in the M.2 form factor and with the latest PCIe Gen 3×4 lane interface, offering NVM Express (NVMe) bandwidth. In other words: they're an interesting option for anyone editing large batches of photos or 4K/8K video.
The new OWC ThunderBlade external SSD comes in capacities of up to 8TB, and boasts read and write speeds of up to 2,800MB/s and 2,450MB/s, respectively. Plus, you can daisy chain up to six of these together for even more storage and speed.
LaCie has taken its iconic lineup of rugged external drives to the next level with the announcement of its impending Rugged RAID Pro. It's thinner, lighter and faster than its predecessors, with USB-C connectivity and an integrated SD card reader.
Western Digital has just revealed the newest generation G-Technology G-DRIVE Pro and G-SPEED Shuttle SSDs, an incredibly fast lineup of solid state drives that are built to work with 4K and 8K RAW video.
Memory card manufacturer ProGrade Digital has publicly demonstrated its upcoming CFexpress cards at NAB 2018 in Las Vegas. Due out later this year, the cards top out at 1TB in capacity and have maximum read/write speeds of 1,400MB/s and 1,000MB/s, respectively.
Western Digital's new Black 3D NVMe SSD was built for hardcore gamers, but it's ideal for video production because of its ability to rapidly and seamlessly handle 4K/UHD graphics.
The new ExaDrive offers a three times higher capacity than the previous largest SSD, a 30TB model by Samsung.
Thanks to its USB 3.1 Gen 2 connection the $100 Blackjet VX-1C is compatible with current Mac and Windows Thunderbolt 3 machines.
In a statement to DPReview, ProGrade Digital CEO Wes Brewer confirmed that the new memory card company will NOT manufacture XQD cards. Instead, ProGrade is investing heavily in CFexpress technology.
The 400GB SanDisk Extreme UHS-I microSDXC card is officially the world’s fastest UHS-I flash memory card, offering read speeds up to 160MB/s and write speeds up to 90MB/s—over 50% faster than current UHS-I Extreme microSD cards.
ProGrade Digital is new brand of memory cards aimed at professional photographers and demanding amateurs. Here's what sets ProGrade apart, and why the company believes it can compete with the big guys.
Samsung just set a new solid state storage milestone with its new 30TB SSD, the Serial Attached SCSI PM1643. This monster was built for enterprise use, but we can't wait to see this tech trickle down to consumers.
The new UFS 3.0 flash memory standard for mobile devices brings theoretical transfer speeds of up to 2.9 GB/s, while lowering power consumption at the same time.
With a capacity of half a Terabyte, Integral's new microSD card offers plenty of storage to photographers and video shooters—a boon for drone videographers who are shooting lots of 4K footage.
LaCie's new DJI Copilot hard drive was purpose built for drone photographers and videographers who want to back up and even review their full resolution photos and video on-the-go.
The SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD was designed to offer performance and durability in a highly portable package, while the My Passport Wireless SSD packs built-in WiFi, an SD slot, and more for photographers on-the-go.
Western Digital has managed to fit a full Terabyte of storage onto a USB-C thumb drive. The memory stick was revealed at CES, and WD is claiming that it's "the world's smallest 1TB flash USB-C drive."
Toshiba just fired the latest salvo in the ultra-high capacity hard drive war. Meet the nine-disk, helium sealed, 3.5-inch 14TB MG07ACA, the world's largest Conventional Magnetic Recording (CMR) Hard Drive (HDD).