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Comixology Breaks Publishing Rules at SDCC; Seagate Applauds

One way or another, we’ve all grown up around comics. And no, I don’t mean comedians. I’m talking about the magazines with colorful characters in bright costumes with amazing powers who made the world a safe place from the maniacal tyrant who wanted to rule the world. If you didn’t read…

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Wanna Be on TV? Roku and Seagate Make It Happen

Millions of people use their Roku players daily to watch their favorite movies or TV shows on demand. Now Roku and Seagate Central have teamed up so you get to be the star of the show with the ability to stream your movies, your music and your photos on the big screen TV. If you’re [...]

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Wireless Plus Scores for World Cup Broadcaster

—By Kelly Zhang A popular Chinese broadcaster covered the 2014 World Cup with a big storage assist from Seagate. He Wei, a commentator with China’s CCTV, made sure to pack along a 1TB Wireless Plus portable drive when he traveled to Brazil, the host country of football’s biggest event. Wei…

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Competitive Gaming: Wasting your life? We Interview Team Empire

~ by Christopher Sutton Even though the players never get off the bench, it’s clearly game on for professional video gaming. This trend was on display this past weekend at the The International DOTA 2 championships tournament in Seattle, Washington, where 16 teams competed to win $10.9 million in…

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Are We Experiencing (Another) Golden Age of Television?

The television landscape is very different now than it was in the first Golden Age of Television (basically around 1940-1960 if keeping track).  The television market has exploded in the last few decades going from the Big Three (ABC, CBS, NBC) and adding literally hundreds of networks including…

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Just How Big is the Internet?

I can’t be the only one who’s wondered this at some time, right? Don’t leave me hanging, people. You’re just like me where you find an interesting article, see something related that you click on, then 2-3 hours later, you realize you’ve gone down the rabbit hole of the world wide web and…

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Centralization is Beautiful

I’m going to jump the gun a bit and talk about something I haven’t shown yet to the rest of the public. Let me give you the backstory. We were in a staff meeting and someone made the comment about how “centralization is beautiful” and I immediately had to write that down. I didn’t know…

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Brazil. Space. Video – Three Ingredients to Make a Thing of Beauty

At the risk of starting a nerd riot, I’ll confess I have a love/hate relationship with space. It’s not as glorious as Star Wars, Star Trek, Firelfy, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, Spaceballs or even Cosmos seem to make it. It’s dark. It’s cold. And sometimes there’s a whole lot of…

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How to Be the Most Organized Person in the World – Infographic

Talking about organization during the summer almost feels like a paradox. On one hand, you want to relax, goof off and enjoy the warm weather doing as little as possible. On the other, it’s a great opportunity to use the extra time (assuming such a thing exists) to get some of the less organized…

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What If Netflix Isn’t Enough? Explore Seagate Central

If you’ve been following Netflix in the news recently, you’ll see that they’re looking to create more programming geared towards children.  Multiple sources including Mashable and Businessweek have stated that the media streaming giant is looking to target this demographic capitalizing on…

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