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Western Digital announced on Wednesday that it is purchasing SanDisk. The acquisition brings together two of the largest storage companies, and the deal is expected to close next year.
The results of hard drive reliability tests conducted by online backup company Backblaze show that Seagate lags far behind competitors when it comes to the dependability of their products.
The Black2 crams both solid state and disk drive technologies into one drive. Similar to a desktop config, the Black2 makes the flash portion a primary boot drive with the HDD serving as bulk storage.
Western Digital is launching a new type of hard drive, that's sealed and filled with helium. The new drive will offer more storage for less energy and it might be a great fit in datacenters.
Recently WD expanded its flagship Black series with a 4TB model, meant to deliver a balance between speed, capacity and price. At $350, a Black 4TB drive is slightly cheaper than a pair of Black 2TB..
If you need a ridiculous amount of storage space, Western Digital can say that they more than have you covered. The company has brought its top-tier hard drives to a monstrous 4TB capacity.
Western Digital has announced plans to release My Passport Enterprise, a new portable hard drive made specifically for the Windows To Go feature found in Windows 8.
Western Digital has finally completed its acquisition of the hard drive division of Hitachi for $4.8 billion in cash and stock, making Western Digital the world's largest hard drive company.
Two of the major hard drive makers, Western Digital and Seagate, will be cutting back, sometimes drastically, on the time periods of their warranties for their products starting in late 2011 and 2012.
Western Digital has announced it has resumed production of hard drives in one of its Thailand plants after the building was shut down for a number of weeks due to flooding in that country.
A new report claims that the rise in PC hard drive prices due to flooding in Thailand might actually go down in December as hard drive shortages don't appear to be as bad as first thought.
The continuing floods in Thailand are officially affecting PC hard drive supplies and have sent prices for those products soaring as much as 40 percent higher in the past week.
Massive flooding in Thailand, the worst in 50 years in that country, could cause shortages in hard drive supplies for the next several months as some hard drive makers shut down operations.
Western Digital has announced earlier today that it has commenced shipments of its updated Scorpio Blue hard drives, their mainstream 2.5" notebook hard drives. The new drive, WD10JPVT, will replace the current 1 TB Scorpio...
It's not everyday that a corporation gives back to the consumer. Sure, when we purchase a product, we expect it to live up to the manufacturers specifications and perform as noted on the packaging. But...
Western Digital has been hard at work upgrading their well established series of portable and external hard drives to the newest technologies available. The hard drive company has decided to upgrade three of their lines,...