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Box OneCloud launched

03/28/2012, The cloud is an arena that is getting more and more competitive, and just like any other maturing industry, there will be winners and losers, while newer features are thrown into the mix in order to entice even more folks to jump aboard the cloud...

MegaUpload host pleads for cash to preserve user files

03/22/2012, If you’ve got the money, we’ve got the storage space – or so that is what it seems to look like according to Carpathia Hosting, the company that currently maintains 25 million GBs (that would place it at 25 Petabytes) of data belonging...

Seagate GoFlex Satellite receiving firmware upgrade

03/16/2012, Owners of the Seagate GoFlex Satellite drives will be pleased to know that they’ll soon be receiving a firmware update that will enhance the device. The update is said to improve battery life, bumping it up from 5 hours to 7 hours – great for...

Western Digital My Book Thunderbolt Duo hard drives now available

03/15/2012, Mac owners if you’re looking for a Thunderbolt equipped external hard drive for your backup purposes and whatnot, you will be pleased to hear that Western Digital’s Thunderbolt hard drives, My Book Thunderbolt Duo, is now available and will be...

Toshiba introduces EXCERIA: “the world’s fastest SD cards”

03/14/2012, If the current top of the line SD cards aren’t fast enough for you, Toshiba has got an answer on the way. The company announced today its new line of EXCERIA high performance SDXC and SDHC memory cards. Touted to offer the highest performance levels...

Folderix Flash Drive

03/13/2012, Everyone who uses a computer more or less know the world famous icon that makes up a folder on your hard drive. Yes, I am talking about that digital, pixelized image that stashes away different kinds of files. What happens if something in the digital...

Microsoft Azure customers receive 33% refund

03/12/2012, If you are a Microsoft Azure customer, then we are pleased to inform you that you would definitely be on the receiving end of a 33% refund for your cloud services where February 2012 is concerned, simply because of the leap day outage. Microsoft says that...

USB AK-47 Assault Rifle flash drive

03/05/2012, Something tells me that nobody over at Brando really did their research when they named the USB flash drive here as the USB AK-47 Assault Rifle flash drive. It sure as heck does not look like the AK-47, being a whole lot shorter, not to mention missing...

Project Phenix brings DRM to a new level

02/29/2012, Fox, Warner, SanDisk and Western Digital have come together to promote Digital Rights Management (DRM) to a new level, where this online cloud backup solution that caters for movies which is known as Project Phenix (not a typo) will enable one to back up...

Nikon updates my Picturetown

02/23/2012, Nikon has updated their my Picturetown image sharing and storage service, introducing an entire slew of new functions so that you are able to enjoy more options where storing and sharing your digital images are concerned. The latest version will enable...

SanDisk 128Gb NAND Flash Memory Chip is world’s smallest

02/22/2012, SanDisk has made their way into the record books yet again – with the release of the world’s smallest 128Gb NAND flash memory chip. This particular gem of a semiconductor device is capable of stashing away 128 billion individual bits of...

AppSense launches DataVault

02/21/2012, Ever heard of AppSense before? They are the leading provider of user virtualization technology, and today has just announced AppSense Labs. This research arm of the AppSense global research and development group intend to look at ways on creating new...