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Seagate plans 2TB SSD for next year

Seagate will be bringing in the company’s first SSD (solid state drive) offering by next year. Not surprisingly, it will be targeted squarely at the enterprise where they can afford the premium

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Google looking to shift some servers over to SSD

Plans are afoot over at Google to shift some of its servers over to SSD-based storage. The motivation has to do with lower electrical consumption compared with that of traditional Winchester (or

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Intel finally shows off SSDs

Microsoft to bring SQL Server to the clouds

Microsoft’s chief software architect Ray Ozzie announced plans to bring the company’s flagship SQL Server into the clouds at the MIX08 keynote last week. Called Read more…

Apple announces MacBook Air

Well folks, it looks like the rumors were true, though we certainly didn’t expect it to be quite this… Read more…

Lenovo IdeaPad gets ultraportable

What will MacWorld 2008 bring?

With the MacWorld Expo taking place in mid-January, MacWorld predictions have become something of a new year’s tradition. So what’s on tap for this year? For the safe bet, I’ll take Read more…

Intel at CES: tiny SSD, WiMAX

It’s CES time again and hoping to cut through the noise, Intel has decided to jump the gun with a pre-show press conference. Let’s cut to the chase, shall we?In January, the company will release… Read more…

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Rumor: $1500 ultraportable Mac, 3G iPhone

Okay folks, now we’re really cooking. While MacWorld rumors–most notably rumors about an ultraportableRead more…