Storage maker Hitachi has launched a new series of mobile 2.5" harddrives named Travelstar Z5K that also opens up new possibilities for 3.5" models. Through the fifth generation perpendicular recording technology it has managed to reach a storage density of 636Gb/squareinch, which makes it possible to reach 5TB at 3.5".
Honda is among the few major automakers still entrenched in fuel cell hydrogen over battery-powered vehicles as an alternative fuel.
The ASUS VivoMini PC UN65H is a great compact-sized PC, but it may just need a bit more oomph to justify its rather lofty price tag.
GamersNexus: "BackBlaze just reported its annual failure rate for 34,881 drives that house 100 petabytes of data (that's 100,000,000 gigabytes). The latest report reinforces earlier data that Seagate has some of the poorest longterm endurance of all tested devices, with 3TB drives climbing to a 15% annual failure rate (from 9% at the time of last reporting). WD 3TB drives aren't immune to worsened lifespan, though, and have also jumped from 4% to 7% in annual failures."