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  • News: Apple quietly extends 1TB iMac Seagate replacement program

    Apple has quietly extended its iMac 1TB Seagate Hard Drive Replacement Program through April 12, 2013. Last year, Apple acknowledged that certain Seagate drives in 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMacs could fail, for 1TB models sold between May 2011 and July 2011.

  • News: Qualcomm to open 2013 CES in place of Microsoft

    Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs will give the opening keynote at the giant Consumer Electronics Show in January, a logical choice for an event whose focus is increasingly mobile, but one that might not garner the attention of a Bill Gates or Steve Ballmer appearance.

  • News: Full-duplex radios could reuse channels, saving mobile spectrum

    As mobile network and device makers explore many paths to using wireless spectrum more efficiently, one possible solution is still hard to achieve: Sending and receiving data on the same frequency at the same time, in the same space.

  • News: Apple admits Seagate hard drive faults in iMacs, will replace

    Apple has extended a hard drive replacement program for iMacs containing 1TB Seagate hard drives that have been known to fail.

  • News: NetApp adds clustering technology to OpenStack

    NetApp has contributed Data ONTAP 8 Clustering drivers to OpenStack, giving service providers and enterprises better resources when building private and public clouds based on the platform, it said on Monday.

  • Buying Advice: ASUS Matrix HD 7970 Platinum review: 1.4 kg graphics card

    Impressive graphics card design, that is something you can trust ASUS with. The latest new member in the Republic of Gamers family is the Matrix HD 7970 Platinum. It's a huge card based on the Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition with several unique features for overclockers. Hardware.Info tested the card and overclocked it.

  • News: Seagate unveils three enterprise-class hard drives

    Seagate today announced three new enterprise-class hard disk drives aimed at traditional data centers and emerging private and public cloud infrastructures.

  • News: Display technology from AU Optronics stolen and given to Chinese firm, alleges investigation

    An investigation by Taiwan's government has concluded that two former executives with display maker AU Optronics allegedly stole technology from the company and supplied it to rival Chinese firm TCL.

  • News: Force-sensing touchpad to reach ultrabooks next year

    Researchers at the User Interface Software Technology conference this week demonstrated unique projects that took advantage of a new, pressure-sensitive "forcepad" that could debut in ultrabooks as soon as next year.

  • News: Hitachi Data Systems looks to Brocade for networking

    Networking vendor, Brocade, has announced a range of its Ethernet and storage area networking (SAN) fabric switches have been integrated by Hitachi Data Systems for networking technology in its new Unified Compute Platform (UCP) converged infrastructure solutions.

  • News: Wall Street Beat: Picture looks bleak for hardware, chips

    Reports of weakness in the hardware and components sectors rolled in this week from market researchers and vendors, contributing to an overall decline in confidence in tech on the part of IT analysts and investors.

  • News: Cisco, NetApp announce pre-configured platform for SMBs

    NetApp and Cisco this week revealed ExpressPod, a new, converged infrastructure for small and medium-sized organizations based on its predecessor, FlexPod.

  • News: Iomega launches new flagship network storage array

    One of the challenges facing businesses of all sizes today is how to corral the terabytes upon terabytes of data that is generated and archived every day. Iomega--a respected name in data storage--has a new tool that just might help meet that challenge, though. The new StorCenter px12-450r Network Storage Array.

  • News: Sharp to launch first phone with IGZO screen, amid iPad mini rumors

    Sharp said Thursday it will soon launch a smartphone with its new IGZO display, a power-efficient technology that allows the device to last two days on a single charge and that is rumored to be Apple's choice for its upcoming tablets.

  • News: New Arm chip technologies could help mobile networks keep up

    Emerging chip technologies that Arm Holdings announced on Wednesday could help to power mobile networks that are being asked to handle more traffic with more fine-tuned controls.

  • Buying Advice: Ten DDR3 memory kits reviewed: optimised for Ivy Bridge

    The new Intel Ivy Bridge processors have more options for overclocking RAM. To find out which brand of memory modules will give you the best performance in return, Hardware.Info compared ten different sets.

  • News: Nvidia bundles GeForce GTX 650 Ti, Assassin's Creed 3

    PC gamers looking to improve their graphics quality without emptying their wallets can check out graphics cards based on the Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti available Tuesday at a starting price of $150. The GTX 650 Ti uses the same Kepler architecture found in other GTX cards such as the $380 GTX 670, but at a far lower price point. You could get an even lower price by snapping up the GTX 650, but for about an extra $30 Nvidia says the GTX 650 Ti is up to 40 percent faster than the regular 650. Select versions of the GTX 650 Ti also come with a free copy of Assassin's Creed 3.

  • News: Nvidia announces GeForce GTX 650 Ti and Assassin's Creed 3 bundles starting at $150

    PC gamers looking to improve their graphics quality without emptying their wallets can check out graphics cards based on the Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti available Tuesday at a starting price of $150. The GTX 650 Ti uses the same Kepler architecture found in other GTX cards such as the $380 GTX 670, but at a far lower price point. You could get an even lower price by snapping up the GTX 650, but for about an extra $30 Nvidia says the GTX 650 Ti is up to 40 percent faster than the regular 650. Select versions of the GTX 650 Ti also come with a free copy of Assassin's Creed 3.

  • Buying Advice: Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti review: Gigabyte vs MSI vs Zotac

    Today Nvidia introduced the GeForce GTX 650 Ti, a graphics card based on the same GK106 GPU that the GeForce GTX 660 is built around. Nvidia's new card is positioned against AMD's Radeon HD 7770. Hardware.Info compared cards from Gigabyte, MSI and Zotac.

  • News: HDS releases converged infrastructure platform

    Hitachi Data Systems said that it is offering a pre-tested architecture that combines storage, servers, networking switches and virtualization software



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