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Samsung To Launch 1TB SSD From V-NAND Technology

Today, Samsung announced a new 1TB solid-state drive based on the second gen V-NAND technology, wherein storage chips are stacked vertically. Accompanying the big daddy are 128GB, 256GB and 512GB versions. The 1TB drive (and its lower storage counterparts) are twice as durable in writing data and are 20 percent more power efficient than conventional NAND-based SSDs in which storage modules are placed side by side, the company noted in a press release. While prices were not available at the time of the release, this tech could really up the ante for laptop storage capabilities, which typically max out at Read More

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Mi World Frees You From The Cloud

Mi World is a portable media server that connects all your devices free and clear of the instability of cloud-based servers. That means it doesn’t matter what operating system you have going for yourself, you’ll be able to access files even without an Internet connection. No more paying high prices for storage and data transfer when you can just hold on to everything through this one portal. The Mi World fits in the palm of your hand, carries 64GB of storage, and is currently available on Indiegogo for the discounted price of $539 (down from the regular of $699). Delivery Read More

IPro Is The Lovechild Of An IMac, MacBook Pro

Kurt Merki, Jr., admits to having a bit of an Apple obsession since he was a small child. (Yes, they’ve been around that long and some of us are painfully aware of a time when they didn’t exist at all.) Merki, feeling somewhat inspired by it being the 30th anniversary of the life-changing company, decided to come up with a design that incorporates both the iMac and the MacBook Pro into one 35-inch super unit with endless power. The only caveat: it’s not real. (At least not yet.) So we’ll file this into our Concepts category: or, things we’d kill Read More

How Does A 25 TB Hard Drive Sound?

If you had told me one year ago that a single terabyte would not be enough to suit my storage needs for the rest of my life, I would’ve thought you crazy. Even now I have yet to fill up my first 500 GB external hard drive. But after getting an idea of how large current photography and video file sizes can get, I’m no longer the naïve sap that I once was.  Luckily, LaCie has announced what should be the answer to all of our storage needs, at least in this lifetime. With the new 5big Thunderbolt series, the Read More

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ASUS Chromebox: Lovechild Of The PC And Media Player

Another media player!? Well, not quite. With the ASUS Chromebox, you get a mix between PC and media player. The company’s latest offering promises a lightning fast boot-up so you can start watching television immediately, as well as 100GB of free Google Drive space, four USB 3.0 ports for faster data transfer, HDMI and DisplayPort for connecting to all the latest HDTV technology, support for dual displays, and an SD card reader in case you’re not satisfied with the Drive deal. Needless to say, Chromebox operates on the ChromeOS and it features full Internet surfing support in addition to all Read More

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Tango Super PC Is A Desktop In Your Pocket

In the age of laptops, tablets, and internet-connected gaming consoles, the PC’s starting to look like the odd man out. The Tango appears ready to change that, though, by putting a super-PC in your pocket. When it hits the market, the Tango will immediately be among the world’s most powerful PCs. The computer itself is like a big external hard drive, and you insert it into a docking station to use it. You’ll be able to place the inexpensive and lightweight docking stations wherever you normally use your computer – next to your television, in your office, or in your Read More

Airfy, The World’s First Wi-Fi Hotspot

Your current Wi-Fi router probably does the trick, giving you wireless Internet throughout your home or business. Airfy, though, is going to do a lot more than that. With this LED-laden, diamond-shaped, wall-mounted router, you could earn money for providing free internet access to others. If you can make your Airfy available as a public hotspot, c users will see an advertisement when they log in, and you’ll get 20 percent of the revenue the ad generates if they click on it. The Airfy maintains your privacy by separating your traffic from public users’. Separating public traffic also ensures that Read More

Steam Machines And SteamOS On The Way!

Big news in the gaming community: the first Steam Machines are on their way. Three-hundred of the consoles, which will run the open-source, Linux-based SteamOS operating system, ship from the factory to beta testers today. Individual users and OEMs will be able to download SteamOS as soon as the consoles ship. Steam recommends that only skilled Linux users download the operating system since they expect it to be pretty buggy into 2014. It’s still not known when exactly in 2014 Steam Machines will be available to the general public, but Steam plans on dropping more details at CES in Vegas Read More

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