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Marvell Buys Cavium in $6B Cash and Stock Deal

Cavium shares surged almost 8% from their Friday close as Marvell, big in chips for hard drives, said it would buy the maker of networking chips for $6 billion, a deal that had been rumored in recent weeks. Marvell shares also rose.

Marvell Technology will reportedly buy rival chipmaker Cavium for $6 million (CAVM, MRVL)

Marvell Technology has agreed to buy Cavium for about $6 billion as it tries to expand beyond semiconductors that control hard disk drives. Marvell will pay Cavium shareholders $40 per share in cash, and 2.1757 Marvell common shares for each unit of Cavium stock, according to a release. Show More Summary

This Genius Video Game Is For Every Black Women Who's Tired of People Touching Her Hair

It's never OK to touch a black woman's hair without her permission. Unfortunately, that simple concept is still hard for many people to understand. That's why one Oregon-based woman has developed a video game to drive home the point, and the result is absolutely genius. Show More Summary

Things We Saw Today: Batman Hears the Hard Truth About His Messed-Up Crime-Fighting Priorities

14 hours agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

In this SNL skit, Bruce Wayne is holding his annual food drive when he hears some honest feedback about Batman's obsession with brutalizing low-level criminals.

The $110 Samsung T5 portable SSD is fast, secure, and down to a low price

This portable SSD is super fast, and an SSD isn't going to fail from getting bumped around like a hard drive might. The Samsung T5 250GB portable SSD is down to $109.99 on Amazon. This SSD usually sells around $130. Recently it has dropped...Show More Summary

How to build your own external hard drive on the cheap

Having an external hard drive at hand is an ideal way to not only store and transfer files but also back up a PC. Having the latter handled by online cloud services is all well and good, but should you lose connectivity, or the service goes down temporarily, you will not have immediate access to your files. Show More Summary

How to Fix the ‘No Space Left on Device’ Error on Linux

So your Linux system is telling you that you have no space left on your hard drive, but you know there is actually a lot of free space left. Why? This is one of those few frustratingly vague errors on Linux systems, but there are a few usual culprits. Show More Summary

Seagate BarraCuda Pro 12TB HDD Review

Data storage requirements have seen an exponential increase over the last several years. Both cloud and local storage requirements continue to be served by hard drives where workloads are either largely sequential or not performance sensitive. Show More Summary

DEAL: Get a WD 4TB Portable USB 3.0 Hard Drive for UNDER $100 (Perfect for your PS4 or Xbox One!)

If you’re looking for an external hard drive, Amazon has a 4TB USB 3.0 Western Digital portable hard drive for just $99.99 plus free shipping right now. Just the perfect thing to add extra storage to your PS4 or Xbox One! WD Elements...Show More Summary

Delete files and free disk space securely with SDelete

SDelete is a free command line utility by Microsoft's Sysinternals team that you may use to delete files and free disk space securely. While you can delete any file on a hard drive connected to a machine running Windows using Explorer, the command line or other means, deleting files this way won't remove the data […] Ghacks needs you. Show More Summary

New report highlights ‘fit and finish’ issues with the Tesla Model 3

With Tesla still "anti-selling" the Model 3, interested buyers simply can't walk into a Tesla dealership and test drive the company's mass market EV. Hardly a surprise, Tesla is still struggling to ramp up production to meet staggering demand. Show More Summary

Hard Drive Starship Enterprise: Disk Space, The Final Frontier

Between its circular bridge and oblong warp nacelles, the Starship Enterprise is one of the most iconic spaceships in the history of science fiction. Whether you love the NCC-1701 in its original or its many other…

The Floppotron: Korobeiniki (Tetris Theme) Performed by a Hardware Orchestra [Video]

Watch as Pawe? Zadro?niak’s Floppotron performs a cover of the Tetris theme (Korobeiniki) on a bunch of floppy disk readers, scanners and hard drives. [Pawe? Zadro?niak] The post The Floppotron: Korobeiniki (Tetris Theme) Performed by a Hardware Orchestra [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.

Gadgets: Backup device offers peace of mind, sleek design

You might not think of an external hard drive as fun, sexy or cool, but the OWC Mercury Elite Pro Dual mini can be any or all of them. I can say first hand you'll find it useful at home, work, play, and even consider taking it on vacation.

The Best Internal 2.5? and 3.5? Hard Drives – Holidays 2017

Find out the best High performance, NAS, Surveillance, Archive, Data Center and 2.5" hard drives!

Sifting gold from the data deluge

Next-generation DNA sequencing technologies have flooded databases and hard drives worldwide with large data sets, but are researchers getting the most they can out of this deluge of data? In a new study in the October issue of Applications in Plant Sciences, Dr. Show More Summary

Microsoft Console-Less Streaming Game Service Should Debut by 2020, Says Phil Spencer

Home video game consoles have increasingly become more digital, gradually shifting away from physical content while pushing for larger hard drives to store the games you want. The Xbox One X, which launches today, is the most powerful console on the market, but it could be the last hurrah for Microsoft as far as physical consoles go. Show More Summary

Happy Birthday to RAID, the Storage Solution that Transformed Computing

Before Optane and SSDs, we had a different way to boost conventional hard drive performance. Happy 30th birthday to the Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks. The post Happy Birthday to RAID, the Storage Solution that Transformed Computing appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Focus: Quick Changes in Magnetic Materials

Author(s): Mark Buchanan A class of magnetic materials can be reordered at the nanoscale more rapidly than the type usually found in magnetic hard drives, offering a possible route to faster memory devices. [Physics 10, 122] Published Mon Nov 06, 2017

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