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SanDisk Vaulter: not quite an SSD

Do you want to dramatically speed up boot times on your laptop but can’t quite stomach the idea of Read more…
Tags: Sandisk   Hard Drive   SSDs   Laptops  

ALSO NOTED: Leopard, OS 10.4.11 ready to go gold; Sprint gets its own BlackBerry Pearl 8130;

> Microsoft is still on track to ship Office 2008 for Mac on time. Read more…

Fujitsu bets SSDs are the future of laptop storage

Speaking of storage, you’d think that if there was going to be one true evangelist for SSDs, it would be either Read more…

Tags: Toshiba   Seagate   Sandisk   Samsung   Laptops   Storage   Fujitsu  

Yahoo and SanDisk build a better WiFi music player

In a sea of digital audio players, it can be hard to stand out: to most folks, either it’s an iPod or it’s not. Despite the plight faced by the Zunes of the world, SanDisk has managed to carve out

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Tags: Apple   WiFi   Sandisk   Microsoft Zune   iPods  

ALSO NOTED: SanDisk drops a cheap, 2.5-inch SSD; Money spent on IT is money well spent;

> SanDisk announces a cheap, 2.5-inch 32GB SSD. Article
> Wal Mart

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Tags: Google   SSDs   Gadgets   Sandisk  

SanDisk to launch archival-quality memory format

If you’re the type of person who likes to snap a few photos of your cat, print them out at the local Walgreens and mail them to mom, you’re probably not all too worried about the longevity and

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Tags: Storage   Sandisk  

SanDisk, RIAA respond to Steve Jobs manifesto

Steve Jobs’s innocuously-titled anti-DRM manifesto “Thoughts on Music” was sure to ruffle a few feathers, and ruffle it has. Everyone from the Recording Industry Association of America to that endearing 12 year-old blogger down the street has posted a response in the days since, though some are more notable than others. Displaying either a rare bit of humor or a complete lack of …

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Tags: Mac OS X   Steve Jobs   DRM   Sandisk  

SanDisk to offer USB flash drive security solution

Like mice slowly eating away at the foundation of a house, tiny USB flash drives can pose a serious threat to the security of your network. Think about it: users carry them around, plug them into insecure computers at home and then mount them on their desktops at work. Users love flash drives, there’s not much you can do to stop them from carrying them and they’re a disaster waiting to happen. Enter flash memory vendor …

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Toshiba, SanDisk to release high-density NAND flash

Samsung may have been the first to unveil a 16GB flash module but Toshiba and SanDisk haven’t given up yet: the companies have announced that their upcoming 16GB module will feature the “highest available density of single-chip MLC NAND flash memory.” The 16GB module will be available in Q2 (with an 8GB version preceding it in the first quarter) and will ostensibly be the brains …

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