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Google Drive spotted on a Google employee’s phone

04/23/2012, Google’s cloud storage service, Google Drive, has been talked about for quite a bit. Unfortunately to date there hasn’t been any official confirmation of sorts with the latest rumor suggesting that a launch of Google Drive could be happening as soon...

EZSAVE LockDock HDD Dock will help keep your data secure

04/17/2012, Do you have sensitive data on your hard drive that you’d rather not get into the wrong hands? Or do you simply have data on your hard drive that you’d rather not have anyone i.e. nosey friends and family members see? If you do, protecting it by adding...

Intel SSD 330 Series Announced

04/16/2012, Intel has just announced its Intel SSD 330 Series, a line of SSD (solid state drives) aimed at those who seek a good performance/price ratio. Drives will be produced with capacities of 60GB ($89), 120GB ($149) and 180GB ($234). It is no secret that solid...

Sony Optical Disc Archive solutions is in the pipeline

04/15/2012, Sony is moving towards the possible commercializing of a next-generation optical disc archive storage system known as the Optical Disc Archive. Not only that, Sony wants to set up an Optical Disc Archive Advisory Group in order to promote the adoption of...

Panasonic microP2 card is very, very real

04/15/2012, When it comes to flash memory storage platforms, there are different formats to choose from, and this time around Panasonic has come up with the microP2 card that is said to target professionals who want nothing but the very best in terms of data transfer...

Self-destruct USB stick used by the Secret Service

04/12/2012, Joining the Secret Service is not a calling for everyone, and those who actually made the cut will be able to enjoy a plethora of ‘toys’ that we regular folks can only dream of, such as this self-destruct USB stick which seems to hail from a...

Intel SSD 910 is PCI-based and impressive

04/12/2012, The Intel SSD 910 is a solid-state drive that connects to the PCIe port instead of the regular hard drive SATA port. The benefit is immediate and quite spectacular: PCI offers higher bandwidth than SATA, and the next-generation PCIe will take things to...

Western Digital Scorpio Blue hard drive starts to ship

04/11/2012, Western Digital has just announced that they will be shipping the Scorpio Blue hard drive to the masses. What makes the Scorpio Blue so special? For starters, it was specially designed to cater to Ultrabooks, and with word that Intel will be releasing at...

Samsung outs Ultra High Speed-1 microSD cards

04/05/2012, So you’ve recently gotten yourself an LTE capable handset that allows you to stream down and video that incredibly fast speeds, so what’s missing? Well according to Samsung, you might be interested in pairing those crazy fast LTE speeds with its newly...

IDrive Online Backup lets you access Google Docs your own way

04/04/2012, “Have it your way” – or so the Burger King slogan goes, making sure that you are subtly reminded that the captain of your ship is none other than yourself, and the whole world should kowtow to you, or at least, the front line of each...

VooMote Zapper incorporates iCloud

04/04/2012, The VooMote Zapper first went up for pre-order sometime at the end of last year, and begun to ship a month after that. Well, since December 2011, how has the VooMote Zapper changed your life? I guess Zero1.tv (the manufacturer of the VooMote Zapper)...

500MB Dropbox referral bonus ups the ante

04/04/2012, Getting on the cloud is the mantra for many companies these days, and Dropbox does seem pretty concerned (and rightfully so) about ensuring that they have a future in the world of cloud storage even with Google Drive breathing down their necks. In order...

Western Digital announces My Passport Studio 2TB for Mac

04/03/2012, Good news Mac users, if you were looking to expand your Mac’s storage capacity in the form of an external hard drive, Western Digital has recently announced My Passport Studio 2TB external hard drive for Mac users, apparently making this the first 2TB...