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Buffalo DriveStation Ultra holds ten drives

Buffalo DriveStation Ultra holds ten drives

Buffalo has trotted out a new storage device aimed at professional users and anyone who needs fast storage for large file types. The storage device is called the DriveStation Ultra and it has space inside to hold then different storage drives. That means it can hold up to 80TB of storage in desktop form factor. Buffalo aims the storage device at video production, gaming development, CAD design and other environments where fast transfer of large files is needed.

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Photofast MemoriesCable backs up iOS devices as you charge

Photofast MemoriesCable backs up iOS devices as you charge

If you have lots of data on your iOS device like photos, music, or eBooks that you want to backup there are already a few ways to do that. You can have the iPhone back up the content to the cloud. If we learned anything from the rash of leaked celebrity nudes earlier this year, we learned that your cloud content is only as safe as your password. The alternative might be to back up your content locally using a new cable from Photofast called the MemoriesCable.

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Samsung introduces 2TB SSD hard drives

Samsung introduces 2TB SSD hard drives

Samsung Electronics has just launched a pair of new solid state drive (SSD) hard drives, each featuring a whopping storage capacity of 2 terabytes. The 2TB SSD 850 PRO and 850 EVO models feature Samsung's Vertical NAND flash chips, and are among the largest storage options now available in retail SSDs. Samsung says the new drives will be available in 50 countries, however exact pricing wasn't revealed.

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Up your PS4 storage to 6TB with Nyko’s Data Bank

Up your PS4 storage to 6TB with Nyko’s Data Bank

When the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles launched back in 2013, their built-in 500GB of storage was impressive and incredibly useful. But now, after a year and a half of downloading games as opposed to buying discs, those hard drives are filling up fast. Both Microsoft and Sony know this, as a 1TB Xbox One model was just announced, and the same is expected of PS4 in an announcement at E3 next week. But why stop at only 1TB? Instead, you can upgrade your PS4 to 6TB of storage with Nyko's new Data Bank accessory.

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Archos’ 256 GB tablet may no longer become reality

Archos’ 256 GB tablet may no longer become reality

At MWC last March, Archos made two rather bold announcements. The first as a Fusion Storage technology that would seamlessly merge both internal and external microSD storage as a single unified storage. The second was a tablet that would be boasting 256 GB of internal storage alone, plus a 128 GB capacity expansion. At least one of those won't be seeing the light of day, though both might actually be stillborn. A French news site is reporting that the 256 GB Archos 94 Magnus is being scrapped even before it can hit the shelves.

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Waterproof 8GB Sony Xperia M4 Aqua isn’t bloatware-proof

Waterproof 8GB Sony Xperia M4 Aqua isn’t bloatware-proof

It has just been two months since Sony announced its latest waterproof mid-range beauty and now it is gaining some notoriety. At least the 8 GB version of Xperia M4 Aqua. Xperia Blog reports how Sony has, intentionally or not, practically crippled the more affordable model of the two versions, leaving less than 2 GB of usable storage space out of the 8 GB total storage found inside. And the culprit? Nothing less than the smartphone user's favorite source of headache: pre-installed apps, a.k.a. bloatware.

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1TB Xbox One Halo MCC bundle spotted briefly on Amazon

1TB Xbox One Halo MCC bundle spotted briefly on Amazon

Monkey see, monkey do, or something like that. It was just last week when keen eyes have spotted a PlayStation 4 at the FCC bearing a rather generous 1 TB of storage. Now, it's the Xbox One's turn to get such a leak. A product page on Amazon appeared, and quickly disappeared, showing a special Xbox One Halo: Master Chief Collection bundle that, yes, also included 1 TB of storage and the much leaked new wireless controller. And although the item has disappeared off the Internet, chances are we will get to see it again next week.

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Android officially “adopts” external storage devices

Android officially “adopts” external storage devices

Google has been known to dislike the use of external storage on Android devices, which explains why none of the Nexus smartphones and tablets had a microSD card slot. Google's position is understandable from a software engineering point of view but clashed with popular consumer demand. In Android M, however, Google makes an almost complete U-turn and has found a compromise to the problem, finally providing an official way for users to move apps to removable storage. It has a strange name for it too, calling it "Adoptable Storage Devices".

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