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Man accidentally chucks away $7.5 million in Bitcoins

James Howells, a British IT professional, mined 7,500 Bitcoins in 2009. He eventually forgot about them and then he threw away the hard drive they were stored on.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 1 comment

Seagate now shipping world's first 4TB hard drive

Seagate announced that it is now shipping the only 4TB hard drive to utilize 1TB-per-platter technology. The company claims that this is a first for the industry.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 4 comments

Adam Lanza damaged his hard drive before Sandy Hook massacre

Police say that before he went on the deadly rampage at Sandy Hook School, Adam Lanza, in what is now being alleged evidence of premeditation in his crime, damaged his computer hard drive, making it difficult for investigators to extract information.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 17 comments

Bacteria may help build future bio-computers

Magnetic bacteria may hold the key for the creation of a new generation of biological computers. The bacteria could be used to create super-fast hard drives.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Fabrik launches green hard drive made with bamboo and recyclable aluminum

The Fabrik hard drive is encased with bamboo and aluminum raw materials, providing 90 per cent power savings over conventional hard drives.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 2 comments

4 terabyte hard drive for desktops, 1 terabyte for laptops by 2011

Hitachi will soon launch hard drives that are nanoscale in size smaller than the width of the hair. The newer hard drive will quadruple current storage limits to 4 terabytes for desktop computers and 1 terabyte for laptops by the year 2011.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 7 comments

Data to go: Options for hauling lots of files

These days, almost everything's digital - our photos, music collections, videos, documents, financial records, and more. Most of us can get all of this data on a few hard drives.
In the Media by dpa news

TSA Looses Employee Data Hard Drive

The Transportation Security Agency has misplaced a hard drive that contains the data for approximately 100,000 employees. Included in this data was the employees Social Security Numbers, payroll information, and banking data.
In the Media by rob13 - 2 comments

New 2.5 Inch SSD (Hard Drive) Record

A solid state drive is primarily a data storage device, for use in computing applications that traditionally use a hard disk drive.
In the Media by Mark Fleser - 4 comments

Veteran's Administration guilty of hardware loss - Again.

In the past year, many government organizations have been guilty of critical data loss. From missing laptops to misdirected emails, millions of citizens have been put at risk for identity theft. The Veterans Administration is no stranger to this scenario.
In the Media by mjl813 - 3 comments
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