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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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The Power of Mobility

When was the last time you wrote a check? For me it was recently, but only because there are a few institutions that seem to be lagging in the adoption of a digital currency.  I find laggards painful, but they adapt at some point. The power of mobile has exploded and mobile adoption is quickly…

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Good Things – Small Packages – Ultra Mobile HDD

Mazda has a television spot currently that highlights the speed and power of Bruce Lee. The commercial highlights that just because something is small doesn’t mean it can’t pack a powerful punch – that “might can be light”. The same applies to our Ultra Mobile HDD drive. Bringing…

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Wireless Plus & Tablet

Why Size Doesn’t Matter

The short answer? Portable storage.  But let me tell you why. I’ve been keeping an eye on the slow demise of BlackBerry over the last few years and especially in recent weeks. Their downfall has allowed Microsoft to claim the very distant number three position in the smartphone space. In…

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Seagate Changes the “Mobile” Game

We announced today our Ultra Mobile 5mm hard drive designed for tablets. I’ll let that sink in a moment… 500GB On a tablet. No more being confined to just 64GB where you have to pick and choose what you want to have at your disposal. We nuked that decision with a 500GB drive that’s thinner…

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Marvel Unlimited – “Its Like Netflix for Comics”

I asked my friend once what was the Marvel Unlimited app (which, I’ll say now is pretty rad for either, web, Android or iOS) and his response was “its like Netflix for comics.” Pretty accurate description. The Marvel Unlimited app is a way to manage your digital subscriptions on your…

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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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What Data is Important To You?

One task I’ve been putting off doing is organizing my data. I regret it being something that I didn’t do better initially because now things have grown somewhat out of control. This was something I was going to try and conquer during the holiday break but it’s like cleaning out the garage –…

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Wireless Plus

Why Should I Care About Wireless Plus?

While I don’t always like horn tooting, when you look at the features for our Wireless Plus hard drive, you can’t help but think *beep-beep*. The natural successor to our previous Satellite drive, this bad boy has a few additional bells & whistles that shouldn’t be overlooked to take…

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What’s Happening at Macworld/iWorld 2013

I’ve always thought Macworld to be an interesting show, more so when Apple decided to no longer participate, thus the rebranding to iWorld. When I attended last year, there were a slew of iPhone and iPad cases, camera lenses and Appalooza where App Devs can show off their latest advancements to…

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