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Seagate announced plans Monday to offer data recovery and drive-replacement services for all its hard drives, provided the consumer pays an insurance fee up front.
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DVDs aren't going away any time soon because they're cheap, easy to find and distribute and don't rely on a high-speed Internet connection.
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Everything you need to know to choose the right server for your small business.
Once a core component of every laptop and desktop PC, the silver spinning disc is rapidly going the way of the floppy.
Expect parity in pricing with USB 2.0 and for USB 3.0 everywhere in 2011.
So far, we've seen so many drives, your head will spin. We round up the newest offerings from makers like Hitachi, Iomega, Samsung, Seagate, and more.