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Hitachi GST has announced its new helium-filled hard disk drive platform. This radical technology is touted to reduce power consumption by around 23 percent and in turn helps to lower overall operating temperatures by up to four degree Celsius. The company plans to ship these HDDs by 2013.
IE10 users in Windows 8 may be at risk due security vulnerabilities in the browser's embedded Flash player. Microsoft has not released software patches for these security flaws as the company has yet to officially launch its Windows 8 operating system.
Toshiba will be boosting production of hard drives by about 35% in the next three years to meet increasing demand from data centers and PC manufacturers.
Available in capacities of 500GB, 750GB, and 1TB, the AC232 comes wrapped in an innovative anti-slip, anti-shock soft rubber with a stylish tropical ocean pattern, and offers maximum read and write speeds of 112MBps and 109 MBps respectively.
These gum stick-sized modules enables much faster application loading, ultra-fast data access, shorter boot-ups, and longer battery life with the new type low-profile SATA 3.0 interface.
Aimed at providing seamless connectivity and streaming access to all digital content across various electronic devices, the LG Cloud is the first that allows users to manage all types of content on "three screens" which includes Android smartphones, PCs, and smart TVs (including but not limited to CINEMA 3D models) without a separate set-top box.
Dropbox now enables automatic uploading of photos and videos from any camera, tablet, SD card or smartphone on Windows and Mac. You earn 500MB extra storage space for your first automatic upload and up to 3GB extra for subsequent uploads.
Looks like Microsoft isn't taking a back seat when it comes to cloud storage. Having revamped Skydrive earlier this week, Microsoft is now giving Windows Live and Hotmail users a massive upgrade to 25GB of storage space.
On the surface, Google's Google Drive is simply just another cloud storage service introduced by one of the biggest tech companies on the planet. However when you go just a little bit deeper in Chrome OS's direction, you will start to see just how much sense it makes.
The Network for Electronic Transfers (NETS) is carrying out a three-month trial of Ingenico's iSMP mobile terminal which transforms your iPhone into a PIN secure payment solution. NETS is expected to roll out the terminal for use by merchants by the end of the year.
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