Hopping on the bandwagon of Wi-Fi-enabled portable hard drives, Buffalo has introduced the MiniStation Air. The device allows users to access stored content wirelessly through an Android or iOS smart device.
The successor to the GoFlex Satellite, the Seagate Wireless Plus allows users to wirelessly share content with up to eight devices simultaneously. What improvements does the Wireless Plus have over its predecessor? Find out by reading this article.
After releasing the enterprise-targeted RE SATA 4TB, WD introduced another 4TB HDD offering under its consumer-centric Black lineup. In this review, we comprehensively put to the test the Black 4TB to find out if it's worth the money.
The WD My Book VelociRaptor Duo combines the remarkable speed of the Thunderbolt interface and the speedy performance of two WD VelociRaptor hard drives. Can this combination translate to a significant performance improvement over the preceding My Book Thunderbolt Duo? Find out in this review.
As 2013 begins, we take a look back at some of the last year's top products, from the best games and apps, to the best headphones, notebooks, televisions, and much more. If it was worth mentioning for 2012, you'll find it in here!
Months after proclaiming its intent to enter the wireless home networking market, WD officially launched its My Net series of products in the Philippines last week. The new line includes models N600, N750, N900, and the flagship N900 Central.
Riding the popularity wave of social media, Seagate's Backup Plus gives more value to the typical USB 3.0 portable hard drive, adding to it the capability to backup content from Facebook and other social networking sites.
Toshiba Singapore Pte Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Toshiba Corporation has just signed a partnership with EA Global as its local distributor. We'll soon see a slew of products - ranging from storage solutions, projectors, camcorders, and docking stations - to suit your every lifestyle need.
The Buffalo MiniStation Thunderbolt is the first external hard disk drive that we personally saw that comes equipped with two of the fastest interfaces today: USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt. Here is our take on this innovative portable storage solution.
The Conrad Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand recently hosted the Intel Cloud Summit 2012 which discussed the trends and issues that surround cloud computing, and, more importantly, the solutions and technologies that Intel has, which can help organizations leverage on big data and the cloud.