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This Labor Day Let's Rethink the Texas Miracle

Drive around the Lone Star State and signs of the "Texas Miracle" are hard to miss. Construction cranes and scaffolding remind us that the Texas economy is growing faster than that of almost any other state. We have all watched as Rick Perry received national acclaim for creating jobs by deregulating business and subsidizing corporations. Show More Summary

Mac portable USB drive roundup: The best little drives for your Mac

When it comes time to buy an external hard drive for your Mac, you can really buy anything — just about any external hard drive equipped with USB 2.0 or 3.0 will work. But sometimes you're more comfortable dealing with a vendor that actually has a special focus on the Mac, so I've rounded up five of the best I've found. Show More Summary

CoverScout helps your Mac find album covers that iTunes can't

Years ago I had to shrink my iTunes library down because I'd run out of hard drive space, and one way that I did it was to get rid of all the album art included with my music. Now that space isn't as much of a premium, I'd like to get the album art back. Show More Summary

PC Operating Temperatures: How Hot Is Too Hot?

Excessive heat can affect your computer’s performance and your hard drive’s lifespan. But how can you tell if it’s overheating or just hot? And should you be worried? It can be hard to determine if high temperatures are damaging your PC before it crashes, but there are things to watch out for. Show More Summary

SERGEY BRIN: Why The Google Cofounder Likes To Push His Body To The Limits

Sergey Brin isn’t one to shy away from a challenge. When he and Larry Page created Google in 1998, they would forever change how we use the Internet. " When Larry and I started the company, we had to get some hard drives to, you know, store the entire Web," Brin told Wired of Google's early days. Show More Summary

This Truck Shakes the Ground So Hard It Can Simulate Earthquakes

The shaking of minor earthquakes can feel like a garbage truck driving by. T-Rex is no plain old garbage truck though. The 64,000-pound "mobile hydraulic shaker" is designed specifically to make the ground rattle and jolt—all so scientists can study how the ground reacts to earthquakes. Read more...

GTA Online updates exceed 12GB PS3 storage

Users must upgrade or play game offline. Owners of the 12 GB PS3 system must either upgrade their hard drive to continue playing Grand Theft Auto V or play the game solely offline, Rockstar has revealed in a support page.Click here to read the full article

Rockstar warns GTA Online will soon be inaccessible for 12GB PS3 owners

12GB PlayStation 3 owners will soon need to upgrade their hard drives or face losing access to Grand Theft Auto Online, developer Rockstar has warned. Grand Theft Auto 5's install size has been growing steadily since its launch lastShow More Summary

3 Unlikely Skills That Great Leaders Need to Possess

It's hard to believe that driving a bus can be a metaphor for hiring great talent. But when you add flea training and changing square holes into round ones, it becomes a metaphor for leadership.

Best repair and maintenance apps for Mac: The tools you need to fix OS X

You have a Mac, or maybe you're responsible for taking care of them at your business. You need an toolkit of apps that help you get out of trouble when your Mac's not working right. Maybe a hard drive needs rebuilding or recovery, the...Show More Summary

GTA 5's New Updates Require PS3 Owners To Upgrade Their Hard Drive

This isn't a discussion or something that can be debated. If you want to update to the upcoming patch dropping for Grand Theft Auto V, you will have to upgrade your 12GB PS3 unit.Click To Continue Reading

Meet The World's First 8TB Hard Drive

Here’s the scary thing: I’ll bet in five years time your average USB stick will be able to store more. Ha! What a joke. As if USB sticks will still be around in five years. More »      

Seagate starts shipping world's first 8 TB hard drives

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

For many, solid-state drives are the way to go because of the speed advantages they offer over traditional platter-based hard drives. However, HDDs still hold the advantage when it comes to cost per GB. It's with that in mind that Seagate...Show More Summary

This Is The World's First 8TB Hard Drive

Bigger is better. Seagate just shipped the world’s first 8TB hard drives to “select customers”, a new milestone for fitting gobs of data on a single 3.5-inch platter. Between all the videos I’ve shot and all the pictures I’ve taken and all the high-quality music and movies I’ve downloaded for years, I could easily fill this baby up. More »      

Reminder: If A Store Won’t Sell You A Laptop For $10, It’s Not Bait And Switch

It’s not the fastest or best computer you’ll see, but the laptop that reader J. spotted for sale at her college’s online bookstore was a deal she couldn’t pass up. An AMD E300 processor! 2 gigabytes of ram! A 320 gigabyte hard drive! All this for only $10. She placed an order and waited…only to have her order rudely canceled … [More]

Seagate’s new 8TB hard drive is for all you digital hoarders

3.5" drive hits the enterprise first, but consumer versions will surely follow.

This Is The World's First 8 TB Hard Drive

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Bigger is better. Seagate just shipped the world's first 8 TB hard drives to "select customers", a new milestone for fitting gobs of data on a single 3.5-inch platter. Read more...

Seagate Launches World's First 8TB Hard Drive

The first 8TB hard drives in existence were sent out to early-bird buyers today, data storage company Seagate confirmed. The drives have the largest storage space of any single hard-disk drive on the market. The need for a more efficient hard drive corresponds with the rising amount of data being created, shared and stored. Show More Summary

8TB hard drives have arrived

We're sorry to break the bad news, but that 5TB hard drive you bought last week? Yeah, it's already obsolete. Seagate has started shipping the first-ever 8TB desktop hard disk, doubling the 4TB capacities that seemed huge just a couple of years ago....

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