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Data loss affects thousands of computer users every year, causing millions of dollars in damages. This part of our blog contains recent news regarding data loss, data recovery, digital storage technology and other related subjects.


Google Unveils Newest Hardware Offering: Chromecast

The Chromecast is a small, powered dongle designed to plug into the back of a television. The Chromecast is designed to stream or mirror media viewed from the Chrome browser or any Android or iOS mobile device with the Chromecast app. Once connected to the television and powered, the Chromecast communicates with a consumer’s smartphone, tablet, or Chrome browser using Wi-Fi.

Desktop Computers

Top Five Desktop PCs For The First Half Of 2013

Contrary to published reports and naysayers alike, the reports of desktop PC’s death have been greatly exaggerated. Leading computer manufactures have pulled out all of the stops in creating innovative and exciting new styles and product offerings through the first half of 2013.

Microsoft Illumiroom

New And Cool: IllumiRoom by Microsoft Research

IllumiRoom is a peripheral system for the Xbox game console that is currently in development by a team at Microsoft Research. The idea behind the IllumiRoom is to blur the edges of perception from the game screen to the real world thereby creating a greater sense of immersion in the game world. The specifics on the processes that make IllumiRoom function are not yet released, but a general idea of the functionality has been released.

1U Server

HP Leaves Backdoor Open On Enterprise Virtual Hosting

In the continuing wake of PRISM fallout, many high profile companies have had their own dirty laundry exposed to consumer scrutiny. HP has an undocumented administrator backdoor with poor password strength hiding in its StoreVirtual enterprise virtual hosting service and have admitted that the backdoor is a significant security vulnerability that grants root level access.

The Internet

Google Accounts for 25% Of All Internet Traffic

In a recent report by the internet analysts at DeepField, Goggle accounted for traffic from more than 60% of all internet-capable devices. Combined, this makes Google’s share of all internet traffic and estimated 25%. These numbers include cellphones, gaming consoles, tablets, PCs, TVs, smart watches, and any other device that has become internet-capable in the last few years.

Pile of Tablets

Top Five Tablets Of 2013

As the market for tablets continues to expand and eat its way into the personal computer market, more and more people are looking to make the switch. Tablets allow people who need to be mobile the opportunity to experience content with a screen resolution larger than a smartphone allowing for the consumption of mass media centric commodities, like movies, streaming videos, and television shows.

Cloud computing

Amazon Lowers Cloud Service Costs: PRISM Leaks Blamed

Amazon Web Services announced earlier this month that the prices for its dedicated instances would have their prices slashed by as much as 80%. The price drop has been suggested as a stopgap measure meant to entice a PRISM wary business community back into using Cloud services and virtual server hosting.

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