• Routine Maintenance

    Hardware, Internet, News, Our Company, Servers

    Routine Maintenance

    Hello, We will be doing Routine Maintenance on Monday 05-02-2011 at 11pm Pacific Time. There should be no or little downtime during the updates and server check ups. If you have any questions please let us know. This is just a check up process to make sure all servers are running correctly, the upgrade of

  • Western Digital to snap up Hitachi GST for $4.3 billion

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    Western Digital to snap up Hitachi GST for $4.3 billion

    Western Digital said on Monday that it was buying Hitachi Global Storage Technologies for the equivalent of $4.3 billion. The move includes a combination of $3.5 billion in cash as well as shares worth about $750 million. The deal will see the WD name remain but see Hitachi GST’s CEO Steve Milligan join WD as

  • Clever space saver

    Freebies, Hardware

    Clever space saver

  • Who would use the Google Chrome OS?

    Business, Hardware, Internet

    Who would use the Google Chrome OS?

    If you use the Internet, chances are you know about Google (if not, get out from under your rock!). From their search engine giant status to their release of their Android operating system for Smart Phones, Google has invested much into today’s technology. Add in their online Office suite, affectionately known as “Google Docs”, their

  • Mac vs PC

    Hardware

    Mac vs PC

    A little humor to start off your week.

  • HP Rolls Out 17-inch 3D Laptop, 14-inch Beats Edition, and More

    Hardware

    HP Rolls Out 17-inch 3D Laptop, 14-inch Beats Edition, and More

    The HP Envy 17 3D is a 17.3 inch, 3D-capable laptop with an Intel Core i7 processor, Beats Audio, ATI graphics, Blu-ray support, and up to 2 TB of storage. Pricing hasn’t been set yet, but the currently-available, non-3D Envy 17 series starts at $1,400, so we can probably expect the new models to cost

  • Intel develops photonics-based 50Gbps chip

    Hardware

    Intel develops photonics-based 50Gbps chip

    Intel  provided a peek at the future of processors today by revealing the first instance of a chip using complete photonics to send data. Four lasers in the prototype convert light into data at about 50Gbps, or “many” times faster than wired connections. The rate, about 6.25GB per second, would be enough to send an

  • BIOS may be dead in three years

    Hardware

    BIOS may be dead in three years

    It’s the one major part of the PC that’s still reminiscent of the PC’s primordial, text-based beginnings, but the familiarly-clunky BIOS could soon be on its deathbed, according to MSI. The motherboard maker says it’s now making a big shift towards point and click UEFI systems, and it’s all going to kick off at the