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Iomega StorCenter px2-300d and ix4-300d NAS

10/23/2012, Iomega has recently launched two new network attached storage (NAS) offering that run respectively on Intel (px2) and ARM (ix4) architectures.  Both share a similar clean user interface that looks like what we have seen with the StorCenter ix2. The...

Western Digital VelociRaptor Duo is an extreme Thunderbolt HDD

08/31/2012, The Western Digital (WD) VelociRaptor name originally came from WD’s line of high-performance hard drives which are pro-summer/enthusiast version of drives typically used in servers etc. Instead of rotating at 7200rpm, those drives could spin at...

Samsung rolls out fastest embedded NAND storage

08/01/2012, Samsung might be experiencing its fair share of legal woes at the moment against Apple at the courthouse, but that does not mean that the rest of the world would stop for the South Korean consumer electronics giant. No sir, it is said that Samsung has...

Intel Series 330 SSD reaches 240GB and dips below $1/GB

07/16/2012, Intel has just announced that it is introducing a new 240GB version of its Series 330 solid state drive (SDD). At the same time, the company is lowering the manufacturer suggested price (MRSP) on previous models in the 330 Series, but also the 520 Series...

WD 2go app now supports Dropbox

07/11/2012, Western Digital (WD) has just announced that its WD 2go app now communicates with Dropbox and lets users copy, more, rename and delete files on Dropbox and the Western Digital personal cloud devices. This means that users can easily have a cloud copy of...

Seagate Backup Plus devices introduced

06/11/2012, Seagate has just launched a new line of backup products called Backup Plus. In addition to launching the hardware, this is the introduction of the Backup Plus brand, which will supersede, if not completely replace all the other Seagate product names that...

Panasonic DMR-HRT300 said to be a “photograph recorder”

06/04/2012, Don’t get me wrong, but I am not quite sure whether the definition of a “photograph recorder” is really necessary, when you can just call it a mass storage media instead. This is the path that Panasonic decided to choose with their...

Toshiba Canvio 3.0 USB Drive Reaches 1.5TB

05/15/2012, Toshiba has just announced an update to its Canvio external USB storage line-up with the addition of a 1.5TB Canvio 3.0 hard drive. This model comes pre-formatted using the NTFS Windows file system, but Toshiba has included an NTFS driver so that Mac...

Data Killer erases data on the spot

05/14/2012, Have you ever sat at the edge of your seat in the movies, as the protagonist is busy trying to erase all sensitive data on the hard drive right before the authorities or enemies make an entrance? The Data Killer from Platform of Japan is one such device...

HP Cloud Services is now a public beta

05/10/2012, “Cloud computing” seem to be the buzzwords for today, and HP has just moved their HP Cloud Services to public beta status, and the beta services will include HP Cloud Compute, HP Cloud Object Storage and HP Cloud Content Delivery Network....

Box building a Windows 8 Metro-style app?

05/10/2012, Box, the online file sharing and cloud storage service provider, will most likely be among the first of third-party services to feature a Windows 8 Metro-style app. Even more interesting is Techland’s claim that Box is preparing to launch its own...

Seagate to exhibit 12Gbps SAS SSD this week

05/07/2012, Following the announcement of Western Digital’s 12 gigabits-per-second (Gbps) SAS solid state drive – a first of its kind – last week, Seagate Technology spilled the bean that it will be demonstrating a 12Gbps SAS solid-state drive (SSD)...

Microsoft SkyDrive pushed for free

05/07/2012, We did talk about the Microsoft SkyDrive in the past, where users who want to use the service for free have 7GB of storage space, and here we are with the latest push – and one of SkyDrive’s main marketing lines would be this, “When you...