Portable Storage

Hard Kernel ODROID Portable Entertainment Device Review

October 13, 2009

After some months of waiting, Hard Kernel has finally announced that the developer version of the much awaited ODROID portable entertainment device is now available through pre-order while the consumer version is expected to be released by the end of this year. The Hard Kernel ODROID portable entertainment device includes an Android based operating system [...]

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Buffalo provides portable drives ssd’s

September 12, 2009

The Japanese hardware manufacturer Buffalo Technologies has a series of portable external 2.5 “drives, which released a SSD, or solid state disk on board, instead of a regular 2.5″ magnetic drive. Buffalo SHD-introduced the line PE external hard drives in 2.5 “format. Unlike usual in small, external hard drives, Buffalo decided no traditional hard drives, [...]

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TV ‘increases intelligence’: study

September 11, 2009

Television buffs may now have a reason to smile for a new study has found that some TV shows could increase intellegence by helping viewers better understand politics and develop ideas. Television shows, such as the ‘Simpsons’, ‘Lost’ and ’24,’ help viewers to understand politics and develop ideas, research suggest. The study carried out jointly [...]

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Western Digital 7200rpm drive start delivery or 2TB

September 3, 2009

Western Digital has begun delivery of Caviar Black hard drives with a rotational speed of 7200rpm and a storage capacity of 2 terabytes. The manufacturer has also 2TB Raid Edition 4 discs released for the business market. The manufacturer has also 2TB Raid Edition 4 discs released for the business market. The 2TB versions of [...]

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Facebook to aquire FriendFeed

August 31, 2009

Facebook, the world’s largest social networking site, said it will buy FriendFeed, netting a group of prized ex-Google engineers in the fast-growing Internet business. FriendFeed, an up-and-coming social media startup, lets people share content online in real time across various social networks and blogs. The service is similar to, though less popular than Twitter, the [...]

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Bird experiment shows Aesop’s fable may be true

August 31, 2009

From the goose that laid the golden egg to the race between the tortoise and the hare, Aesop’s fables are known for teaching moral lessons rather than literally being true. But a new study says at least one such tale might really have happened. It’s the fable about a thirsty crow. The bird comes across [...]

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Solar temperature mystery solved

August 17, 2009

The mystery of why temperatures in the sun’s outer atmosphere soar to several million degrees, far hotter than temperatures near the sun’s surface, has been solved. New observations made with instruments aboard Japan’s Hinode satellite reveal the hotter outer atmosphere is due to nanoflares. Nanoflares are small, sudden bursts of heat and energy. “They occur [...]

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