The floppy disk comes back around in this retro-inspired hard drive
WEDG is an off-cloud gadget that offers storage features with added security
Biotechnology could store information for thousand of years without any damage.
In 2013, the fastest growing technological trend, alongside crowdsourcing and 3D printing, is using the DIY ethos to design better products and services.
Scientists have successfully encoded MP3s, Shakespeare's sonnets, and research papers onto strands of the double helix molecules.
Hitachi has invented a small device that can store data on it for an incredibly long time in binary form by creating a series of dots that can be read with a microscope.
Department of Justice document reveals how long carriers store their customers' information.
DNA encryption advances signal staggering implications for data storage of the near future.
Backblaze, a Silicon Valley startup that provides unlimited online file storage for $5 a month (USD), is offering the cost-effective methodology they developed for their storage pods on their website for free on their company's blog