Wednesday: August 3, 2011
- The per year pricing plans for Apple's iCloud have surfaced online.
When iCloud launches in the Fall you'll automatically get five gigabytes free. For those of you who need a bit more space Apple is offering ten gigabytes (really fifteen if you count the included free five gigabytes) for twenty dollars. Paying forty bucks a month will get you 25 gigabytes (again, including the free five) and for a hundred even you'll get fifty gigabytes.
Tuesday: April 6, 2010
- Blu-ray discs will soon be capable of holding a whopping 128 gigabytes.
The new BDXL specification describes High Capacity Recordable and Rewritable discs which will write up to 128GB of content on each disc. These are write-once capacities, with the rewritable discs allowing for 100GB of storage.
Thursday: December 10, 2009
- Turns out that we gobble up about thirty-four gigabytes on a daily basis.
The first is raw hours of consumption, which counts time spent multitasking—browsing the Web while watching TV, for example—twice. All told, US consumers spend nearly a dozen hours a day immersed in some sort of media.
Thursday: July 30, 2009
- Apple updates capacity of their Time Capsule products.
$299 will now get you one terabyte of backup space plus your very own wireless router. Yay.
Friday: July 24, 2009
- Behold, the world's first 256 gigabyte flash drive.
It's... so... beautiful. Sniff.