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The Death of the Hard Drive

"The Chrome OS will at first be available on all-black laptops from Samsung and Acer. And because the new platform stores everything -- files, applications, data bits and bytes, literally everything -- on online servers rather than on your home or office PC, those new PCs running it won't require gobs of storage. In fact, they won't require any storage at all. The new Google laptops come without hard drives, in other words. Other hardware manufacturers have seen the trend, too: The ebook readers from Amazon and Barnes & Noble don't have hard drives.

 
 
 

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WD Caviar Green 3TB Hard Drive Review

"Today, Western Digital announces the world's highest density hard drive, as they reach the 3TB mark with their newest, 5th generation Caviar Green product. To go along with its massive storage capacity, the Caviar Green 3TB serves up a super-sized combination of reduced power consumption, lower operating temperature, and a quieter working environment. Read on to find out how well it performs and if it deserves to be on your upgrade list." | more

 
 
 

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Backup The Planet With Toshiba in 2013

With 4 ~ 5 times more data per square inch, Toshiba puts the old hard disk drives back on the map for 2013. Still waiting for flying cars...

 
 
 

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Hard Drives Get New Record Density – Where Is The Limit?

Ever since the introduction of the first hard drive in 1956, it was clear that there is a physical limit to how much data a hard drive can store within a certain surface area. Samsung announced new hard drives today that feature an aereal density that was questioned just four years ago and we are now approaching densities that are believed to be the limit for the current recording technology. Is it finally time to ditch traditional magnetic recording methods and transition to heat assisted recording?

 
 
 

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