Western Digital has unveiled a 2.5 inch disk drive for laptops that offers a massive 1TB of storage.
Freecom has launched what it calls the 'world's smallest' 3.5-inch desktop hard drive – with the 'Hard Drive XS' offering up to 1TB of storage.
A new way of building electronic circuitry that pours a liquid epoxy resin over components promises future gadgets that are likely to be both thinner and better fitted-out than ever before.
The solid-state drives that come with many netbook PCs are generally so small most users will want to upgrade them soon enough, but what to do with the old chunk of memory?
Materials researchers in the US have come up with a new kind of storage medium that promises tiny devices capable of holding terabytes of information.
Physically smaller, less power-hungry solid-state drives could be on the way, after researchers came up with a new way to build the alternatives to spinning hard drives.
Using inkjet technology for creating not just photographs and A4 prints, but physical objects is not a new idea, but the notion of printing computer memory in that way is certainly novel.
An unusual move by one of the world's leading memory makers to secure its immediate economic future could have the knock-on effect of threatening Samsung's industry domination.
Western Digital has officially announced it will be launching two terabyte hard drives - the largest commercially available drives in the industry.
If you though solid-state storage for computers was too small and too expensive, then it may be time to reconsider at least one of those factors, after the industry reached its first 1TB SSD.