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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...

Samsung unveils new microSD and SD memory cards

02/17/2012, Since Samsung already supplies RAM to the world, why not dive into the world of memory cards? They have just announced a spanking new range of advanced SD and microSD cards that will target digital imaging and mobile devices. The total headcount of...

LaCie 2big Thunderbolt hard drives now shipping

02/15/2012, If you’re in the market for external storage with Thunderbolt connectivity for your Mac computer, you’re in luck as LaCie’s 2big Thunderbolt series of hard drives are now shipping. You will be able to pick them up at $649 for the 4TB (2x2TB) model...

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....

Megaupload’s data could be deleted by the end of the week

01/30/2012, We’re sure that most of you might have heard by now that popular filesharing website, Megaupload, has been shutdown, but what you may not have realized is that it would seem that the website will have all of its files deleted by the end of the week....

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...