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The Social Battle of the Sexes

The Social Media Battle of the Sexes – Infographic

The rise of social media has been steady since really taking off towards the end of the last decade. It has become so integrated into our culture, it’s commonplace to see hashtag overlays on television shows, movies with their own Twitter accounts and celebrities with a blue “verified” check…

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How to Format a Windows Drive for Mac in 10 Easy Steps

Like the commercials of years gone by, some people are PC’s and others are Macs. Seagate Backup Plus comes in a couple varieties — one pre-formatted for Mac, the other pre-formatted for Windows but also readable on Mac. But sometimes a little help is needed, if you decide to start using your…

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Ways Big Data Impacts Your Life That You Probably Didn’t Know About

What is Big Data? As described by Dictionary.com: Big Data: (n) Data sets, typically consisting of billions or trillions of records so vast and complex that they require new and powerful computational resources to process Translation: large sets of data which if analyzed can divulge trends,…

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Clouds Are Pretty, but for True Data Security, Go External

Celebrities have it tough. They often have to wait in long lines for the best restaurants and nightclubs. People are always stopping them asking for directions, life hacking tips or photo opportunities. If they don’t entertain us to our expectations, we will flog them publicly on social media…

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Seagate Engineer Featured in Online Educational Film

– Guest blog by Cindy Martini A Seagate engineer will soon be teaching thousands of high-school students all about hard drives—without ever setting foot in a single classroom. Edison Tech Center, a producer of educational films, recently posted a 7-minute video on YouTube, “How Hard Drives…

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Fire Hose Games is Changing The Way Games Are Made

“Making video games is expensive.” Eitan Glinert – Founder – Fire Hose Games Truer words were never spoken. Game development is expensive regardless of whether you’re an 800-pound gorilla like Electronic Arts or Activision or if you’re the scrappy upstart like Fire Hose Games.  But Fire…

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Obscure Music of the Last 114 Years

Music, Data and a Little Spare Time Will Get You Interesting Results

One of the things I find to be the most amazing about the Internet is how people have spare time to create such interesting content. I know it’s my own time management because of TV or video games, but thanks to the wonderful World Wide Web, you can find anything from video mashups to movie [...]

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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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Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel

For Fans, By Fans – Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is a Labor of Love

When Gearbox Software announced Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel coming October14th for Xbox® 360, PlayStation® 3 and PC the crowd went wild.  If you’ve been living off-planet and aren’t familiar with the Borderlands franchise, it’s helped a new genre for games known as “shooter-looters”.…

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What Surprised You Most About E3?

Games. Seeing some quality games at E3 this week surprised me.  I’ll be honest, I wasn’t sure I’d see so many.  I had written in this previous post about how the show last year was heavily focused on the technical power of the consoles themselves and how Xbox® One specifically has been…

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