MIT has created OpenFab, an open source, programmable pipeline architecture for 3D printers that was inspired by RenderMan, the software used to design computer-generated images in movies.
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While self-driving cars may be safe and efficient, they certainly won't be economical in terms of data storage, according to one big data strategist.
Scientists have discovered that, by using nanostructured glass and five dimensional digital data recording, they may be able to store 360TB of data forever.
At MobileBeat 2013, Samsung unveiled a prototype for a new smartphone with healthcare monitoring that features two fold-out panels that can change colors based on the mode the phone is in.
3D television programming may be out before it was ever in, according to industry analysts. In fact, the BBC just cancelled its 3D programming indefinitely.
Among a flurry of upgrades to products Apple announced today, the Mac Pro high-end desktop will be available later this year with PCIe flash storage, an upgrade that will offer 10X the performance of any hard drive the computer previously sported.
With the new Remote Wipe feature, both business and individual users can remove all of their synced files from a PC or Mac in the event of a loss or theft.
Lenovo will enter the cloud storage market with a service that offers a single sign-on ID to access social networks, favorite applications, as well as a file manager with a search engine to help users find files, photos and other digital media.
Google said it is increasing the amount of free storage for users of its Google Drive cloud storage service to 15 GB.
Samsung today announced it is now mass-producing a 3-bit per cell, sub-20 nanometer class NAND flash chip that is the densest memory to date.
WebMD and Qualcomm Life are collaborating on a cloud offering that will allow consumers with mobile health monitoring devices to sync their data to the cloud, where it can be shared with healthcare providers.
Solid-state drive pricing has dropped about 30% this year, reaching what researchers call the magic price point of $1-per-gigabyte of capacity, according to information from IHS iSupply and Dynamite Data
Citrix plans to buy mobile device management company Zenprise and integrate its software with its Citrix CloudGateway and Me@Work software for managing mobile apps and data.
Hewlett-Packard's Storage division has released upgrades to three product lines. A product marketing director called the upgrades the Storage division's biggest news since acquiring 3Par in 2010.
Veritas Cluster Server now monitors applications running in virtual machines, and can take action to recover them if they go down as well as migrate VMs without downtime.
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