Posts Tagged: "Storage"

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DNA Capsule Review

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ho wants to be immortal? Now that everyone’s raised their hands, let’s take this seriously. From all the talk about cloning and DNA, you’d think it’d be an easy matter to collect a sample from a person to hold for the future when SciFi becomes fact. But the truth of...

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The Coolest Cooler Is The Perfect Tailgate Companion

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Make tailgating more convenient with the Coolest Cooler that goes beyond just keeping your drinks cold. The cooler does everything you want from it and more since it’s like a party in a box. Created by Portland-based product designer Ryan Grepper, it features a 18-volt battery powered blend so you...

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Wedg: Email Security, Anywhere You Go

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Lately, we’ve all been concerned about privacy, not least because we’ve discovered that, surprise, major world governments are reading our Facebook page and our email. Some of us would prefer to keep our private information private. And the Wedg purports to do just that. Cloud Email Without The Cloud Essentially,...

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Transporter Sync Makes Your Own Private Cloud

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Cloud storage is all the rage these days; Dropbox has 175 million users, Microsoft’s SkyDrive has more users than Twitter, and people are storing everything from music to their documents on the cloud. But not everyone wants to store things on another corporation’s servers, which is where the Transporter Sync...

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Seagate 600 240GB Solid State Drive Review

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Earlier this month, the accomplished storage sovereigns at Seagate announced a trio of new solid state drives in various sizes, capacity and formats. This is the first time the company has turned its attention to the flash powered drives in a number of years. Lurking in the shadows, they watched...

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Lenovo IdeaCentre Q190 Mini PC Review

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Computer processing chip maker AMD is making some well-deserved strides with their new APU (accelerated processing unit).   We’re seeing more companies adopt the chip and incorporate it into mini PC’s for consumer level computing.  We took the Sapphire EDGE Mini PC out for a test run. Despite it’s hard drive...