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Why eSports Matters In 350 Words or Less

Well here’s a creative challenge. Note to self – stop accepting dares. So what are eSports? As described by Wikipedia: Electronic sports (or esports) is a term for organized video game competitions, especially between professionals. Yes, people are actually paid to play video games. It’s a big…

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Seagate Purchases Over 250 Grocery Bags to Support the Singapore Cancer Society

Seagate recently organized a food drive for beneficiaries of the Singapore Cancer Society (SCS). The project raised more than $18,600 and the amount was used to purchase 270 bags of groceries for the Sharing of Love Program. Sharing of Love is a monthly island-wide program in Singapore where…

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Gaming Laptops vs. Gaming Desktops – Who Wins?

  I was reading this article courtesy of Make Use Of recently that was talking about the differences between laptop and desktop gaming rigs. They highlighted a few key factors such as processor chips and graphics cards as being factors; and they are. But I’ll be honest; they missed a big…

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Photographer Jim Sugar Features Film at Mill Valley Festival

Taking place October 2-12, the Mill Valley Film Festival is featuring a number of films that will appeal to all audiences. SeagateCreative photographer, Jim Sugar, will be featuring his own creative endeavor, (backed up on Seagate hard drives, of course) Swimming: Mind, Body and Spirit during the…

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"Crispy" Seagate Drive

Our Hard Drives Are Sturdy, But Fireproof?

There’s this incredible story on Imgur where an unfortunate incident occurred where the house of one of the many Seagate faithful had caught fire and completely burned down. During the cleanup, he was able to retrieve his burned-up laptop. He pulled out the Seagate drive inside and — amazingly…

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Be Safe, Not Sorry

Ever locked your keys in the car or better yet, been locked out of your house? I have – last Friday, in fact. In a rush to get to work, I locked myself out of the house. Here’s the thing – my car was in the shop so I had a loaner vehicle. I knew [...]

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Telltale Games

Who’s Ready for Cloud Gaming?

A quick show of hands? Everyone? Yeah, I thought so. I stumbled on this article on VentureBeat that talks about how Telltale Games is interested in kicking their content up a notch to allow for cloud-based gaming. Can I just say, I’m all in? First, about Telltale – if you’re not familiar with…

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3 Reasons Why You Need a Seagate Wireless Plus with your iPhone 6

Just like you, we were watching the recent Apple event that announced iPhone 6/iPhone 6 Plus. Simply put, it’s impressive. The new bells and whistles are nice, pre-sales are doing well and anticipation for the device is high. But you’re still going to need a Seagate Wireless Plus as external…

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The History of Saturday Night Live – Infographic

I can count on one hand the number of full episodes of Saturday Night Live I’ve ever watched…well maybe two hands. Conceptually I like the show, but I was always doing other things on Saturday nights that kept me from watching. I’d maybe watch a re-run back in the day and in recent years would…

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Clouds vs. Meteorites

Clouds vs. Meteorites – Who Wins?

Sometimes throughout my travels, I will run into someone who still doesn’t know what the cloud is – specifically in regards to storage technology.  Crazy, I know, but it happens. By hook or crook, I found this pretty spiffy video courtesy of GCFLearnFree.org that does a really good job…

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