“The cloud” is a terrifying place where billions of people store information while a few thousand people sit in their skivvies in various Florida trailer parks figuring out ways to steal that information. And yet… it’s so damn convenient.
Enter WD’s My Cloud: a personal cloud storage device small enough to rest on your desk, with enough capacity to save pretty much everything you’d ever want saved -- all securely accessible wherever you go, by any device. To explore the possibilities of this new entry to the digital game, we followed our New York editor around for a week, pinpointing all the ways his life of Wiener Mobiles, gourmet fried chicken, and taking billions of photos could be improved if he had one. Read up on that right here.