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Western Digital brags that the its My Cloud product and service will allow owners to “Save everything. Access anywhere”. Except when the service is down. Which it has been for almost a week. Read More
Performance-minded PC users frequently want both a fast solid-state drive for crucial apps and a regular hard disk for everything else, but that’s not always feasible in the tight space of a laptop. Western Digital is making that two-drive option a practical reality through its new Black2. The design puts both a 120GB SSD and a 1TB spinning disk into a single 2.5-inch SATA enclosure, offering more speed and capacity than you’d find in a typical hybrid drive. It’s potentially an ideal blend for gamers and small form factor PC builders, although they’ll pay for the privilege — WD is shipping the Black2 today for $ 300, or roughly as much as the two drives by themselves.
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Mysteries Debunked. Scores Settled. Lessons Learned.
Over at Rap Genius, they’ve built a clever little tool called Rap Stats, which indexes a a compendium of rap lyrics and allows just about anyone chart the frequency of just about anything over the last twenty-odd years of rap songs.
But as Rap Genius notes itself, the tool is much more than that and, in many ways, offers up a salient lens from which to view the last few decades in popular culture. The rise of the iPhone and the demise of Blackberry? The sudden boom of the club drug Molly? The ages-old debate surrounding the virtues of money, power, and respect? They're all captured here in exquisite detail.
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If you recently put off snapping up some external storage, consider it good timing: Western Digital has refreshed its whole My Book line. While a 1TB option is now out of the picture, the external hard drives are still available in 2TB, 3TB and 4TB versions, although the Mac varieties are capped at 3TB. They retail for $ 130, $ 150 and $ 180, respectively — in comparison, the original 4TB drive cost $ 250 when it debuted. Other than these changes, the HDDs mirror many of their predecessors’ features, including their USB 3.0 connection, auto-backup software with hardware encryption, password protection, Dropbox integration and Time Machine compatibility for Mac. Those who prefer the Studio line’s aluminum finish might shrug this news off, but those who’d like a regular My Book can snag one from Western Digital’s online store or from select retailers.
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Will The Western Union Company (NYSE:WU) zoom past Boom, Xoom and …
The company has been on a cost-cutting spree and has been investing heavily in its mobile and online business, in a bid to compete with its long-time rival, MoneyGram as well as new entrants, Xoom Corp and Boom Financial Inc. The decrease in fees …
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Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update finally rolling out to Verizon Motorola Xoom LTE
Owners of the Verizon Motorola Xoom tablet are in for some great news, as an update to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean finally started rolling out. The software update is long overdue and comes after a delay of several months. The firmware is rumored to have …
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Xoom and Tancinco Law Offices announce a special offer for Filipino remitters
SAN FRANCISCO, California –Xoom Corporation, a leading digital money transfer provider, today announced it is offering a promotion with Tancinco Law Offices, a professional law corporation based in San Francisco. First-time Xoom customers who send …
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Slickdeals’ best in tech for June 3rd: APC battery backup and Western Digital My Net N900 dual-band router
Looking to save some coin on your tech purchases? Of course you are! In this roundup, we’ll run down a list of the freshest frugal buys, hand-picked with the help of the folks at Slickdeals. You’ll want to act fast, though, as many of these offerings won’t stick around long.
End of the weekend blues got you down? Well, allow us to present a handful of discounted gadgets that are ready to cure that case of the Mondays. An APC battery backup unit and Western Digital dual-band router are ready to outfit home offices and three more devices follow closely behind. Head on past the break to view the entire lot and access the requisite purchase info.
Move over, Seagate — there’s a new sheriff in slimtown. Not content to introduce the first 5mm thick 500GB HDD, Western Digital just announced that it’s shipping the world’s thinnest 1TB hard drive, the 7mm WD Blue. It features StableTrack which secures the motor shaft at both ends to reduce vibration and improve tracking, plus dual-stage actuators — electromagnetic for coarse displacement and piezo for fine movement. SecurePark keeps the heads clear of the disk surface and increases shock resistance. It’s the same HDD we caught in prototype form at IDF 2012 and we reckon the 7mm WD Black (hybrid) version we saw at CES 2013 can’t be far behind. The 1TB model (WD10SPCXX) is priced at $ 139 with a two year warranty and is available to OEMs, integrators and consumers right now. We fully expect this drive to appear in one of the laptops / tablets launching at Computex this week, so don’t miss our coverage.
After making a stop at the FCC recently, Western Digital’s WD TV Play streaming media player got an official announce this morning. The Roku-esque streaming media box touts easy setup, a $ 70 price tag, and connectivity with a variety of apps (YouTube, Netflix, Hulu Plus, VUDU, SlingPlayer, Spotify, Pandora and Facebook are specifically named). The device can also manage and display your own media, via DLNA-friendly devices, all in 1080p. A remote control comes with the device, but there’s also a free WD TV Remote application headed to iOS and Android devices — you’ll need WiFi running to get the app synced up, of course.
The WD TV Play is already available for purchase via Western Digital’s online store, and there’s no word on retail availability. We’ve reached out to Western Digital to find out more.
Source: PR Newswire
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