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R.I.P. PC Gaming…Kind Of

Last week, Electronic Arts announced that their online gaming service, Origin, would transition to only digital downloads or computer games putting the nail in the coffin for discs. The writing for this has been on the wall for some time, not only in the computer gaming market, but the console one…

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Title Fight

Title Fight Gives SeagateCreative a Lesson in Creativity

Title Fight drummer, Ben Russin talks with SeagateCreative about the executing a great music idea, collaboration and the soothing sound of the drum in this Q&A. SeagateCreative: Title Fight spends a lot of time on the road and is prepping to go to South America; how do you guys manage the tech…

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The Nostalgia of Christmas

If there is one thing I do appreciate about the holidays, it’s the nostalgia that Christmas brings. It comes in many forms such as modern ads like what Apple or Tesco have done for the season. But when it comes to Christmas, I’ve always been partial to early 20th century imagery that comes in…

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Should You Care About the iPad Air?

Regardless of whether you love or hate Apple, you can’t fault their consistency for putting out regular, high demand products.  Yesterday’s announcements about the new iPad Mini and iPad Air had everyone buzzing with excitement…or did they? Here’s my take – it’s nice that once a year,…

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Cost of Data Storage

The Cost of Data Storage (Infographic)

Storage isn’t cheap. But it’s getting there. Kinda. We’ve posted on our Facebook channel different “Remember When” images that feature old hard drives and how much they cost, like this one – a 15MB hard drive for $2500. That’s a mortgage payment. (Well, in California anyway.) Our…

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NatureSpace

Naturespace Brings The Great Outdoors to You

I heard about Naturespace for the first time exploring the halls at iWorld this past March. Their sign promoting “holographic audio” drew me in to learn more.  When I asked what holographic audio was, the rep smiled, handed me a pair of headphones and said, “Close your eyes.” Skeptical,…

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Exactly How He Made Tycho’s Acclaimed “Ascension”

Video Interview with Director / Photographer Charles Bergquist SeagateCreative partner Charles Bergquist is a director, designer and photographer living in San Diego, California. You can find his work at Pitchfork, Fader.com, and IFC and he’s  directed music videos for Matthew…

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What Content Are You Willing to Sacrifice for Storage?

“Sacrifice – surrender of something for the sake of something else” – Webster’s Dictionary Sacrifice is an interesting word. It can conjure images of athletes making amazing plays or fantasy heroes saving to world at great personal cost. But it’s a word that has a strong…

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The Simplicity of Seagate Central

I get it that technology isn’t for everyone. I have friends that refuse to use tools like Facebook or prefer to keep a basic phone because they prefer to actually make calls versus have a fully connected device for email, chat, etc.  There are days where I can’t blame them for wanting to live…

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Seagate’s Mark Re, left, accepts innovation award from Raymond Tumacder of Thomson Reuters.

Seagate Ranked Among World’s Top Innovators

By Steve Pipe Sr. Manager, Internal Communications Quick—think of the world’s top innovators and which companies come to mind? Apple, Google and Samsung are sure to make most such lists. Now, make room for Seagate. The company has been ranked among the Thomson Reuters Top 100 Global Innovators.…

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