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Oh Snap! Here’s Why You Need an External Hard Drive

Christina Warren is my homebro.  I’m a long time fan of her work on Mashable.  Because of this entire iCloud scare, she took it upon herself to dig deeper and see how easy/difficult it is to hack her iCloud account in this article.  Turns out, it’s not that hard – especially if you’ve got…

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Bright Nights – Photographs of Another New York – Book Tour

A couple weeks back I made this post highlighting the upcoming book tour by SeagateCreative photographer, Tod Seelie. You’ve probably even seen Tod’s work and weren’t aware of it given he’s graced the pages of several major publications including the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Spin,…

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Seagate Changes the “Mobile” Game

We announced today our Ultra Mobile 5mm hard drive designed for tablets. I’ll let that sink in a moment… 500GB On a tablet. No more being confined to just 64GB where you have to pick and choose what you want to have at your disposal. We nuked that decision with a 500GB drive that’s thinner…

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Demystifying Big Data – Infographic

Keeping in line with Wednesday’s post about the impact of big data when used for developing the Netflix series House of Cards, for Infographic Friday, I wanted to share this image courtesy of Wipro that further breaks down the concept of big data and it’s varied uses. If you missed the memo and…

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Seagate at Macworld 2012: Satellite Upgrades, a Roomier GoFlex Slim and More

— By Steve Pipe Hot on the heels of the big Consumer Electronics Show, Seagate is diving into another influential technology gathering today. By the standards of CES—which drew more than 140,000 people to Las Vegas earlier this month—theMacworld/iWorld show, which runs Thursday through Saturday at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, is fairly cozy, with about [...]

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You Can’t Take It With You…Or Can You?

Maybe you’re like me and have just accepted data storage as a given. Something that has become part of our inalienable rights that allows us to save whatever we want, whenever we want to later use however we want. That’s kind of the point, right? The ability to have our most prized digital possessions on [...]

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What’s On Your Hard Drive?

Now that the hub-bub of the Consumer Electronics Show is behind us, I can get back to that daunting task I’ve been working on little-by-little: cleaning up my hard drive. If you’re anything like me, your hard drive is your life. I’ve been saving so much on it, that I’ve found things dating back eons [...]

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Audio Euphoria – The Sequel

I don’t know if I’d go as far as to call it a trend of the CES show but one item I saw in abundance were headphones.  I already talked about Audio Euphoria from home theater systems, it seems like the popularity of the Beats by Dre line has encouraged other companies to test the water and [...]

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Say Hello to My Little Friend – The PS Vita

The Consumer Electronics Show covers the gamut from televisions to washing machines to automobiles.  As such, what sometimes can get overlooked is gaming.  Maybe it’s because the gaming industry has enough opportunity to toot its horn at shows like Electronics Entertainment Expo (E3) or the Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) but it’s still a facet of [...]

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You Don’t Need to Be a Picasso to Doodle

Ever heard of Toon Boom?  I hadn’t, but I know I’ve seen their work.  They’ve been in the animation business since 2005 and have worked with clients such as Warner Bros, Nelvana, Film Roman and more working on projects such as Kung Fu Panda, The Rugrats, The Simpsons Movie. Showcasing Flip Boom Doodle at the [...]

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