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  • News: Western Digital sees Red

    Western Digital has announced WD Red, a new range of hard disks aimed squarely at the burgeoning network-attached storage (NAS) market.

  • Opinion: Analysis: Is the cloud the best solution for every small business?

    Cloud computing is currently one of the most talked about topics for many business, for a large percentage of whom it is the perfect solution. For a startup, low costs and simple entry are appealing features – while large corporates have the clout to mould cloud services to their will. However there is a third, multi-million pound market for which the cloud may not suit.

  • How-Tos: How to watch the London 2012 Olympic Games online

    The London 2012 Olympic Games is under way, running until 12 August. As the home broadcaster of the sporting action in the UK, the BBC has pledged to broadcast a staggering 5,000 hours of coverage, utilising all its digital channels. With all that content on offer, you won't want to miss out. Here's how to catch up on-demand or watch live online the London 2012 Olympic Games.

  • How-Tos: How to upgrade your laptop hard disk to an SSD

    Swap out the old hard disk in your laptop for a speedy SSD and you'll get more than quicker boot times. Your data will be safer, your laptop will be quieter and you might even see longer battery life. Priced have dropped massively in the last couple of years: now's the time to upgrade.

  • How-Tos: Store and sync files online with Microsoft SkyDrive

    Microsoft has revamped its SkyDrive online storage service. Now you get 7GB of free space, plus compatibility with Macs, iOS devices and Windows Phones. With free access to the Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote web apps and real-time collaboration on documents, there's no reason not to sign up. We show you how to get started.

  • How-Tos: Low Disk space on partition

    If a drive partition on your PC or laptop is filling up when you don't knowingly store anything in it, the chances are a rogue utility is populating that drive. Here's how to find out what is causing your drive to fill up, and how to clear space.

  • News: Hard drive prices won't drop until 2014

    Hard drive prices will not fall to a pre-disaster level until 2014, according to a report.

  • Buying Advice: NAS drives buying advice

    Network-attached storage is an essential part of our digital lives. Bring a NAS device into your home or office, and you can make a single multi-disk NAS work even smarter for you. Here's what you need to know before going out and buynig your own NAS drive.

  • News: Samsung Music Hub launches on Galaxy S3

    Samsung has launched its updated Music Hub with the Galaxy S III to rival iTunes and Spotify.

  • How-Tos: How to share photos and files with Windows 8 and Skydrive

    Perfect for sharing and editing documents with colleagues, SkyDrive is certain to become an everyday essential with Windows 8.

  • Opinion: Wanted: more and faster storage

    As computing tech all around us steadily shrinks in size, our need for more outboard storage expands. You can fit only so much expensive flash storage into a phone, tablet or even a laptop.

  • Opinion: "My name's Matt. And I don't back up"

    It's a shocking admission for the editor of a technology magazine to make, but one that's true for all too many of us. But how, and why, should you safeguard your data?

  • Video: iStorage datAshur 8GB video review

    The iStorage datAshur 8GB's combination of hardware encryption, physical keypad and tamper-proofing make it virtually un-hackable. We put this USB flash drive through its paces. Here's our iStorage datAshur 8GB video review.

  • News: Samsung buys cloud storage provider mSpot

    Samsung has announced an acquisition of cloud storage provider mSpot.

  • Video: Video: The Byte - Barnes & Noble subsidiary, LG Cloud, Google Street View, Microsoft HomeOS

    Microsoft will invest $300 million in a new Barnes and Noble subsidiary. LG Electronics will launch a beta of its LG Cloud service so users can access content across various devices. Google released an FCC report that investigates the payload data its Street View cars have been collecting. Microsoft started testing its home automation software called HomeOS.

  • News: Hitachi 4TB hard drives tested

    Hitachi's new 4TB hard drives (5K4000 and 7K4000) perform well in Hardware Info tests

  • EchoStar unveils Ultra Slim Box (HDT-610R) PVR

    EchoStar has announced its Ultra Slim Box (HDT-610R), the world's slimmest personal video recorder (PVR).

  • News: LG joins cloud storage market

    LG has announced it will launch a cloud storage offering from tomorrow.

  • Opinion: Intel SSD 330 joins the race to the bottom

    Not that long ago, SSDs in general and Intel SSDs in particular cost a pretty penny. Things are changing though, especially now that Intel has released the Intel SSD 330, a very affordable SSD, with a price well below £1 per GB.

  • Feature: What is Google Drive?

    Rumours have been flying around recently about Google Drive which the firm has now officially unveiled and launched. We've put together all the information about Google's latest service to answer all your burning questions.



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