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 rose ...

Your Storage Device is more Than Just a Hard Drive

“This device isn’t a space ship, it’s a time machine.  It goes backwards and forwards.  And it takes us to a place where we ache to go again. “ – Don Draper: Mad Men Like countless others since it’s return, I’ve been on a Mad Men kick as of late. I will sit in silence […]

The NBA All-Stars Take a Break…Sort Of

February has been a pretty active month. We started off with the Super Bowl, went straight to the GRAMMY Awards, this weekend is NBA All-Star Weekend and we’ll cap it off with the Oscars.  I should be tired, but I’m not. This makes for a very exciting time and anyone who knows me knows how […]

Even the Super Bowl Stores Data – Infographic

This Sunday, the San Francisco 49ers will face off against the Baltimore Ravens in what is going to be Ray Lewis’ last game.  And while I don’t follow football to the extent of my friends & colleagues, I am glad that if he’s going to retire, he can do so after having taken his team […]

Ten Interesting Thanksgiving Facts

I won’t lie to you; Thanksgiving is one of those holidays I don’t really give a lot of thought to.  While I rank it higher than say, Arbor Day, now that I’m out of grade school, I look at it more as a day off from work and a time to congregate with family and […]

Basketball – My Love of the Game

Basketball has always been my favorite sport. I won’t date myself by stating publically when I first got into it but I will say that it was during a time where one of the greatest battles were taking place yearly between a team in green and a team in gold. It is consistently one of […]

An Inside Look at PAX Prime

The gaming convention circuit is coming to a close. It started with the Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco then moved to Boston, Mass. for PAX East.  The next stop was Los Angeles for E3 and unless you leave the US for Gamescom, ChinaJoy or the Tokyo Game Show, PAX Prime in ...