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  • 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

  • News: Box seeks broad integration with third-party web apps, sites

    Box announced on Tuesday an HTML5 framework that makes it possible for customers and other vendors to fully integrate features of its file sharing and cloud storage software into websites and enterprise applications.

  • Buying Advice: Fractal Design Define R4 review: refined silence

    Fractal Design is known for creating computer chassis with an emphasis on silent cooling. The company has gathered a loyal following that appreciates the stylish design, quality materials and good performance of their products. Some time ago the fourth edition of their "Define" flagship chassis was released, the R4. It took a while to arrive at the Hardware.Info test lab, but here is finally the review of the Fractal Design Define R4.

  • News: IBM, AT&T team on cloud services

    IBM has teamed with AT&T to offer secure shared cloud services to customers over private networks rather than the public Internet, the companies said Tuesday.

  • News: AMD finally makes a tablet play with dual-core Hondo chip

    Advanced Micro Devices renewed its attempt to make an impact in the tablet market, this time with its new dual-core Z-60 chip which the company introduced on Tuesday.

  • News: Chip maker Calxeda receives $55 million to push ARM chips into the data center

    Chip maker Calxeda has received an investment to the tune of US$55 million to develop low-power server chips with ARM processors, the company is expected to announce on Tuesday.

  • News: Apple extends iCloud storage upgrades

    If you had a MobileMe account for online storage, Apple has good news for you: The complimentary extension of storage services that was supposed to end on September 30, 2012 has been extended by one year, according to an Apple KnowledgeBase document.

  • News: University of Melbourne investigates unified storage

    Faced with aging storage equipment and looking to reduce costs, the University of Melbourne is evaluating a new unified storage system.

  • News: Intel unveils cloud-enabled, Atom-based NAS platform

    Intel announced a NAS controller with support for two to six SATA drives that is powered by its new more powerful Atom processor.

  • News: Intel announces reference platform for storage servers

    Intel on Thursday announced a storage server reference platform that third-party vendors can use to make servers for home entertainment or centralized backup on a network.

  • How-Tos: Can I recover some files and securely wipe others on a crashed hard drive?

    Zeterjons asked the Utilities forum how to rescue files off of a physically crashed hard drive, while making sure that other files on that hard drive are destroyed beyond rescue.

  • Buying Advice: ASRock Z77 OC Formula review: designed by Nick Shih

    ASRock has a new high-end Socket 1155 motherboard specially aimed at overclockers, and the extra features reflect this. Professional overclocker Nick Shih assisted with the design of the ASRock Z77 OC Formula board, and also added a number of custom overclocking profiles.

  • News: Japan's Rohm shows tiny fuel cells for smartphones, aims for launch next year

    The second paragraph of the story "Japan's Rohm shows tiny fuel cells for smartphones, aims for launch next year," posted Thursday, gave an incorrect unit of measurement for the dimensions of the fuel cell cartridge. The dimensions are in millimeters. The story has been corrected on the wire and the second paragraph now reads:

  • News: Japan's Rohm shows tiny fuel cells for smartphones, aims for launch next year

    Rohm is showing tiny hydrogen fuel cells meant for charging portable gadgets at the Ceatec exhibition in Japan.

  • Opinion: Exploring iCloud Backup

    Now that we've settled into Mountain Lion, the iPhone 5, and iOS 6, it's time we devoted several minutes to a feature that's common to all of them--iCloud syncing and backup. I'm joined in that devotion by staff writer Lex Friedman who recently penned How to Free Up iCloud Storage Space, available right here on Macworld.com.

  • Video: Video: Sharp screen heading to mystery tablet

    Sharp is showing at Japan's Ceatec expo this week 7-inch displays based on its IGZO technology that are targeted at tablet PCs. The screens are already in mass production and Sharp won't name its customer, although the Apple rumor mill has tipped IGZO for use in Apple products.

  • How-Tos: How to free up iCloud storage space

    When Apple introduced iCloud in 2011, it announced that every customer with an Apple ID would receive 5GB of iCloud storage space for free. You can add more storage at a rate of $2 per gigabyte per year, in 10GB, 20GB, or 50GB increments. But if you're not interested in ponying up extra cash for iCloud storage, that 5GB can quickly get tight.

  • Buying Advice: MSI Z77 MPower review: guaranteed to overclock

    Excellent overclocking performance at an affordable price. We have waited years for a motherboard like the Z77 MPower. Why? Because every time a manufacturer comes with a motherboard aimed at overclockers, it is filled with other features that aren't useful for overclocking. MSI kept those extra features to a minimum on the Z77 MPower board. If you are an overclocker, then the Z77 MPower should be on your wish list, it's as simple as that.

  • News: IBM drops Power7+ in high-end Unix servers

    IBM has started to roll out a new processor for its Power family of servers, a staggered affair that will start with higher-end systems and eventually reach the midrange and low-end boxes.



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