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Study: Humanity can store 295 exabytes of data

That's 295 with 18 zeros after it. But it's only a hundredth of what humanity's DNA can store.

By February 10, 2011


New & Noteworthy: Retail store news; AirPort 2.0 review; iBooks; ipodhacks.com; Exabyte merger; more

New & Noteworthy: Retail store news; AirPort 2.0 review; iBooks; ipodhacks.com; Exabyte merger; more

By November 19, 2001


Smartphones take lead with 55% of mobile phone sales

The global surge is being driven by the arrival of lower-priced smartphone models in China and other emerging markets, according to Ericsson.

By November 11, 2013


Mobile Internet data traffic to grow 13-fold by 2017, says Cisco

The amount of mobile Internet data traffic is poised to explode in the next four years -- especially in Africa and the Asia-Pacific region, the networking company says.

By February 6, 2013


Cisco: Internet traffic to quadruple by 2015

The number of network-connected devices around the world will hit more than 15 billion by 2015, forcing Internet traffic to quadruple to 966 exabytes per year, says Cisco.

By June 1, 2011


Number of mobile devices to hit 8 billion by 2016, Cisco says

All those devices will drive mobile data traffic up 18-fold, reaching 10.8 exabytes per month, or 130 exabytes a year, by 2016, according to a forecast.

By February 14, 2012


Why does my external hard drive only show 2.2TB?

Older hard-drive enclosures may be limited in the size of drive they can present to your system.

By December 21, 2012


Streaming video to outpace P2P traffic growth

Video traffic will soon account for more than 90 percent of all traffic on the Net, and for the first time ever, streaming video services will surpass peer-to-peer offerings.

By June 2, 2010


IBM thinks exascale for massive Astron telescope

The sensitive radio telescope, due in 2024, will need processing horsepower that will be on par with several million of today's fastest computers.

By April 2, 2012


Google CEO on NSA spy program: We're definitely not involved

Google co-founder's statement raises possibility that news organizations misinterpreted an apparently leaked National Security Agency document about a PRISM surveillance program.

By June 7, 2013