15-inch MacBook Pro Uses a Non-Removable SSD

Upgrading the storage in a MacBook Pro with Touch Bar requires the entire logic board be replaced.

Intel Optane Memory

Part storage drive, part system accelerator, Intel's Optane Memory speeds up desktops with traditional hard drives. But you'll need the newest CPUs and motherboards to use it, so it's currently more attractive to system manufacturers than PC tinkerers.

How to Transfer Data From PlayStation 4 to PS4 Pro

If you're upgrading from a PS4 to PS4 Pro, you'll need a data cable. Here's how to get started.

Western Digital G-Drive USB-C Juices Up Your Laptop

The new G-Drive USB-C external storage device provides up to 45 watts of charging capability through the USB-C port, so you can charge your laptop when you're backing up your files.

You’ve Got Malicious USB Drives in the Mail

Australian police are warning residents of Pakenham in Victoria not to plug in unknown USB drives.

Western Digital Launches its First Portable SSD

515MB/s transfer speeds, hardware encryption, and up to 1TB of storage in a palm-sized USB 3.1 drive.

Samsung’s 960 Evo, 960 Pro Offer Huge Capacity, Blistering Speed

The 960 Pro, offered in a 2TB version, achieves a 3,500 MB/s peak sequential read speed.

NanoPi Kit Builds a One Bay NAS for $31, Just Add Storage

An $8 board, $13 enclosure, and power supply adds up to a $31 investment. The most expensive component is whatever hard drive you opt to use.

The Best NAS (Network Attached Storage) Devices of 2017

A network-attached storage (NAS) device is ideal for giving multiple users remote access to large amounts of data. Here's our shopping advice and top product recommendations.

Backblaze Dispels SSD Recycling and Disposal Myths

Drilling holes in your old SSD or using a very strong magnet is not advised. There's a much simpler solution.

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