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Google’s Drive ready to rock and roll?

02/09/2012, Everyone seems to be taking the cloud storage route these days, and Google is not exempt. The Internet search giant has long been working on a cloud-storage service that is simply known as Drive, and assuming it takes off in a big way, it might just prove...

Intel SSD 520 Series Review

02/06/2012, Intel has just announced its Intel SSD 520 Series based on a 25nm manufacturing process, and this new series targets the high-end enthusiast market. As it stands, this is the absolute best that Intel has to offer in the non-Enterprise space. We had the...

Seagate GoFlex Thunderbolt adapter now available

02/01/2012, If you own any of Seagate’s GoFlex drives and you feel that the USB 2.0 interface on your MacBook computer is a bit too slow, you might be interested to hear that the company has recently updated its accessory page with the GoFlex Thunderbolt adapter....

Transcend launches Jetflash 780 USB 3.0 flash drives

01/26/2012, As the USB 3.0 standard is starting to make its way into our desktop and notebooks, we guess the emergence of more USB 3.0 compatible flash drives is expected. Looking to add to that list of USB 3.0 capable flash drives would be Transcend with their new...

WiFi cufflinks lets you create wireless hotspots

01/19/2012, So you’re a fan of technology and what not, so what sort of cufflinks do you think could best convey that to other people around you? Well, we’ve seen some pretty techy cufflinks before, but we have to say that these pair of WiFi cufflinks certainly...

pureSilicon introduces new Kage USB and SATA SSDs

01/18/2012, Users looking for some high performance drives might want to check out pureSilicon’s latest offerings in SSDs. Their new drives are part of their Kage 1 Series and will be available in the form of a USB 3.0 SSD or a SATA SSD which are apparently...

Sony high-speed SD memory cards

01/15/2012, [CES 2012] Amidst all the Smart TVs, digital cameras, camcorders and the Crystal LED Display that were paraded at the recently concluded CES, something as small as an SD memory card got lost in translation, but thankfully we managed to pick up word on...

Sony MicroVault line improved at CES 2012

01/15/2012, [CES 2012] CES 2012 saw Sony announce an improvement in their MicroVault range, where the new models that comprise USM-Q, USM-P and USM-M will include the entire spectrum of users, ranging from those who want ultra-fast, high performance to a more modern,...

New storage device is super tiny at 12 atoms

01/12/2012, Think your SSD is the bomb because it can stash away 128GB of data on something so svelte? The future is far more promising, as researchers at IBM managed to stash and retrieve digital 1s and 0s from an array of a mere 12 atoms, which means the boundaries...

LG N2T3 network attached storage

01/10/2012, [CES 2012] So we took a gander at the LG N1A5 network attached storage, and here is another model that professionals and power users might want to look into – the LG N2T3 model that sports a 2-bay hard drive, supporting up to 4TB of storage space as...

LG N1A5 network attached storage

01/10/2012, [CES 2012] Here is something that you might actually mistake for an older generation Apple TV from far off – the LG N1A5 network storage system. Sporting 1TB of storage space, this integrated NAS (Network Attached Storage) will offer mobile and Web...

SanDisk 128GB SDXC memory card

01/09/2012, [CES 2012] Bigger is better, right? That is what SanDisk believes when it comes to flash memory storage, and hence they have announced the 128GB SDXC memory card which has enough space to stash away up to 10 hours of Full HD 3D video, which is more than...