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Wanna Win a Ton of Music, and a Wireless Drive to Hold It? It’s SXSW!

This will probably be the easiest contest you’ve ever entered! Everyone has a comment to make about a video they see and this time we’re going to reward you for it. Every weekday during SXSW we’re going to pick one random comment on our artist videos to win the following: 1…

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Top 5 Causes of Hard Drive Failure

Sometimes, technology fails us. My phone will often reboot itself for no reason whatsoever. I won’t rule out it having a mind of its own. According to the infographic below, the same could be said for hard drives.  The graphic gives some interesting stats on hard drive crashes vs. hardware…

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What Was the Best Gadget at CES 2014?

Subjective, right? Because honestly I’m torn between our Backup Plus Fast Portable Drive or the LaCie Sphere.  But admittedly, I’m biased. But outside of our products, I’m keen on Razer’s Project Christine. I love how Razer continues to innovate their product line keeping on the high end of…

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Cloud Based TV – It Was Just a Matter of Time – CES 2014

Back in 2012, Sony made an interesting move and purchased Gaikai for $380 million dollars. Anyone who was familiar with Gaikai knew their specialty was in streaming PC games from the cloud. This feature changed the game (no pun intended) removing the system requirement barrier and opening top tier…

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Seagate & CES 2014 – Creating the Space You Know You Need

If there is one thing that CES Week does exceptionally well, it’s that it validates that I have the attention span of a child.  There’s so much to see, so much to do, I have no idea how people can tackle it all. But that doesn’t mean we won’t try.  But, let’s take a moment [...]

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Homeless for a Night and Other Community Action Tales

—Guest blog contributors June Coates, Josephine Low and Lori Johnson From planting trees and making housing repairs, to raising funds to assist homeless youth, Seagate employees around the globe are helping to make their communities better places to live. Here’s a roundup of recent volunteer…

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Seagate Shows Product Depth at Middle East Show

—By June Coates Seagate showcased its full range of storage solutions last month at the Middle East’s biggest tech show. The GITEX Technology Week, which ran Oct. 20-24 at Dubai’s World Trade Center, drew more than 139,000 attendees from 144 countries. Seagate demonstrated its Enterprise Turbo…

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Seagate Helps Preserve Hardboiled Crime Novels

- By Steve Pipe Hardboiled detectives, neon-soaked streets and a shot or two of the strong stuff. Charles Ardai is on a mission to revive a once-flourishing literary format, the paperback crime novel, and he’s doing it with a little help from Seagate. Ardai is the co-founder of Hard Case Crime, a…

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Three Reasons Why Seagate’s Rescue + Replace Plan Rocks Your Socks

In case you missed the hubbub, we recently announced our Seagate Rescue + Replace Data Protection plan being available to purchase on Amazon.com. Life Happens – Spilled coffee. Slippery fingers. Being left in a hotel. You never know when something will happen to your hard resulting in data loss.…

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Artist Richard Kraft Uses Seagate Hard Drives in Making Which Is To Say

Starting from today to January 19, 2014, LA based artist Richard Kraft will be showcasing his work at the Laguna Art Museum as part of their ex•pose series. Which Is To Say is a ten channel video installation where the viewer is immersed in light and motion: the flight of birds, the surge of…

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