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terabytes

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Microsoft adds Surface Book with 1 terabyte of storage for $3,199

The new Surface Book may be a winner, but will people pay that much for its high-tech specs?

By October 19, 2015

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Samsung boosts its solid-state drives to 2 terabytes

The 2TB versions of Samsung's SSD 850 Pro and SSD 850 Evo have suggested retail prices of $1,000 and $800, respectively. They are currently the highest-capacity solid-state drives on the market.

By July 6, 2015

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PlayStation 4 to get 1-terabyte treatment in July

The new console, doubling the storage of the current model, will follow a 1TB version of Microsoft's Xbox One arriving this month.

By June 22, 2015

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Xbox One doubles storage to a terabyte, gets jacked-up controller

Microsoft's game console makes the leap to a terabyte of disk space, meaning more room for more games. Plus: a new controller fits in a stereo headset jack.

By June 9, 2015

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Super Bowl's wireless blitz spurs carriers to brace for impact

Mobile operators have been preparing like mad to ensure that fans' selfies and video clips can be shared without a hitch.

By February 5, 2016

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Techiest Super Bowl ever: Silicon Valley's stadium girds for the big game

Levi's Stadium is one of the most high-powered venues in sports. On Super Bowl Sunday, we'll see if its network can handle the data-storm caused by throngs of smartphone-wielding fanatics.

By January 31, 2016

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Get a 4-terabyte external hard drive for $119.99

This mammoth Samsung drive features auto-backup software and a three-year warranty.

By August 18, 2014

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Get a terabyte of cloud storage for $24.99

MediaFire raises the stakes by offering boatloads of Dropbox-style storage for cheap.

By August 5, 2014

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Get a 3-terabyte USB 3.0 hard drive for $79.99

That's an insane amount of high-speed storage for an insanely low price.

By June 25, 2013

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More data storage: how to fit 1000 terabytes on a DVD

We live in a world where digital information is exploding. Some 90 per cent of the world's data was generated in the past two years. The obvious question is: how can we store it all?

By June 20, 2013