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0 Samsung announced 500GB SSD 750 Evo and EU availability

Samsung announced 500GB SSD 750 Evo and EU availability

Mark Campbell | 25th May 2016

Samsung announced 500GB SSD 750 Evo and wider availability of their existing 250GB and 120GB variants. More budget friendly SSDs are coming to the EU!

5 Toshiba Launches OCZ RD400 M.2 NVMe SSD

Toshiba Launches OCZ RD400 M.2 NVMe SSD

Mark Campbell | 25th May 2016

Toshiba has announced their new OCZ RD400 M.2 NVMe SSDs, with read and write speeds of up to 2600MB/s and 1600MB/s respectively and capacities of up to 1TB.

4 AMD reportedly confirms that they will make M.2 SSDs

AMD reportedly confirms that they will make M.2 SSDs

Mark Campbell | 16th May 2016

AMD has reportedly confirmed that they will be making faster M.2 and SATA SSDs after the release of their R3 series SSDs. Are R7 or R9 SSDs on the Horizon?

3 Millions of Email Accounts from Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo have been stolen

Millions of Email Accounts from Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo have been stolen

Mark Campbell | 5th May 2016

Millions of usernames, passwords, and other information have been stolen from email providers like Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo alongside the account details of employees at several US banks.

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11 AMD Releases R3 Series of SSDs

AMD Releases R3 Series of SSDs

Mark Campbell | 3rd May 2016

AMD has just released their new R3 series of SSDs, offering some competitive pricing and a Radeon Aesthetic.

8 Scientists create battery that doesn't degrade when recharged

Scientists create battery that doesn't degrade when recharged

Mark Campbell | 23rd April 2016

Scientists have created a battery that can be recharged without degradation.

9 The Opera web browser now has a free Built-in VPN service

The Opera web browser now has a free Built-in VPN service

Mark Campbell | 21st April 2016

The Opera web browser now has a free Built-in VPN service with 256-bit encryption, allowing you to access region-restricted content with ease.

1 Intel Demos 3D XPoint Optane Memory with Copy speeds of 2GB/s

Intel Demos 3D XPoint Optane Memory with Copy speeds of 2GB/s

Mark Campbell | 15th April 2016

Intel has Demoed their new 3D XPoint Optane Memory, showcasing Copy speeds of 2GB/s.

3 Crucial will be releasing an MX300 SSD with 3D NAND this month

Crucial will be releasing an MX300 SSD with 3D NAND this month

Mark Campbell | 14th April 2016

Micron has announced that Crucial will be releasing an MX300 SSD with 3D NAND later this month.

0 Samsung introduce 7.68TB 2.5" SSD

Samsung introduce 7.68TB 2.5" SSD

Mark Campbell | 28th March 2016

Samsung has introduced their new PM963 7.68TB 2.5" Enterprise SSD which offers speeds of up to 1,600MB/s reads and 1,200MB/s writes.

1 Samsung Create tiny BGA SSD for phones and Tablets

Samsung Create tiny BGA SSD for phones and Tablets

Mark Campbell | 24th March 2016

Samsung have created a tiny BGA SSD for mobile devices, an SSD that offers read and write speeds of 1500MB/s and 600MB/s.

13 Samsung Releases 15.36TB SSD for the Enterprise market

Samsung Releases 15.36TB SSD for the Enterprise market

Mark Campbell | 3rd March 2016

Samsung has released a new 15.36TB SSD for the Enterprise market, offering sequential read and write speeds of up to 1,200MB/s.

3 Western Digital Release 8TB Helium Filled Consumer HDDs

Western Digital Release 8TB Helium Filled Consumer HDDs

Mark Campbell | 1st March 2016

Western Digital Release 8TB Helium Filled Consumer HDDs for their new WD Red NAS hard Disk range.

7 WOOTING One Analog Mechanical Keyboard

WOOTING One Analog Mechanical Keyboard

Mark Campbell | 26th February 2016

Ever wanted a little more precision control from your keyboard? Want to have more options for WASD than simply on and off? Meet the WOOTING One, the first Analog Mechanical keyboard.

18 ZOTAC Announces the SONIX 480GB PCIe NVMe SSD

ZOTAC Announces the SONIX 480GB PCIe NVMe SSD

Mark Campbell | 25th February 2016

ZOTAC have announced their new SONIX 480GB PCIe NVMe SSD, which offers read an write speed of 2600MBps and 1300MBps respectively.

4 Micron Announced 3D NAND Technology - Will ship in SSDs in June

Micron Announced 3D NAND Technology - Will ship in SSDs in June

Mark Campbell | 14th February 2016

Micron has announced their new 3D NAND Technology, which promises a massive leap in both capacity and power consumption. The First SSDs using this technology will ship in June.

8 Sony Reveals SLW-M Series of consumer SSDs

Sony Reveals SLW-M Series of consumer SSDs

Mark Campbell | 4th February 2016

Sony has started selling consumer SSD and is soon to make it's international debut with a new 2.5" SATA SSD which supports read and write speeds of 560MB/s and 530MB/s and capacities of up to 480GB.

20 Seagate Hit with Class Action Lawsuit for High Failure Rates

Seagate Hit with Class Action Lawsuit for High Failure Rates

Mark Campbell | 1st February 2016

Seagate has been hit with a Class Action Lawsuit for the High Failure Rates of their 3TB hard drives.

0 Toshiba announce 4TB and 2TB SAS SSDs

Toshiba announce 4TB and 2TB SAS SSDs

Mark Campbell | 19th January 2016

Toshiba have announced the availability of their 4TB and 2TB SAS enterprise SSDs, offering read speeds of up to 1,900MB/s and a 5 year warranty.

1 Valve deploys 100Gbps ports to meet increasing demand

Valve deploys 100Gbps ports to meet increasing demand

Mark Campbell | 15th January 2016

Valve deploys 100Gbps ports to meet the increasing demand for the service, serving an average of 450-500PB of data per month.

12 Japanese Company Fixstars make 10 and 13TB SSDs

Japanese Company Fixstars make 10 and 13TB SSDs

Mark Campbell | 13th January 2016

Japanese Company Fixstars have just released 6TB, 10TB and 13TB SSDs, which are SATA 3.0 and are made with 15nm MLC NAND.

0 Seagate release 8TB Hard Drives for NAS Applications

Seagate release 8TB Hard Drives for NAS Applications

Mark Campbell | 13th January 2016

Seagate has just release 8TB Hard Drives for NAS Applications, bringing ever larger storage density to the masses.

4 Kingston HyperX Predator NVMe SSD

Kingston HyperX Predator NVMe SSD

Mark Campbell | 11th January 2016

Kingston have been showcasing their new HyperX Predator NVMe SSD, which has stated read and write speeds of 2,585MB/s and 1,354MB/s respectively and will have capacities of up to 960GB.

31 Mushkin to release a $500 4TB SSD

Mushkin to release a $500 4TB SSD

Mark Campbell | 11th January 2016

Mushkin to release 2TB and 4TB SSDs this year, with the 4TB model coming in at $500.

7 SanDisk X400 - World's Thinnest 1TB M.2 Solid State Drive

SanDisk X400 - World's Thinnest 1TB M.2 Solid State Drive

Mark Campbell | 6th January 2016

SanDisk has just released the World's Thinnest 1TB M.2 Solid State Drive, but sadly it runs at SATA speeds.

6 Zotac shows off a high end PCIe SSD

Zotac shows off a high end PCIe SSD

Mark Campbell | 5th January 2016

Zotac has shown off their new high end PCIe SSD with sequential transfer rates that are in the region of 2GB/s.

13 Netflix Reduces Data Consumption By 20 Percent by Re-encoding their entire Library

Netflix Reduces Data Consumption By 20 Percent by Re-encoding their entire Library

Mark Campbell | 15th December 2015

Netflix Reduces their Data Consumption By 20 Percent by Re-encoding their entire Library.

5 Apple computers to be targeted more by hackers in 2016

Apple computers to be targeted more by hackers in 2016

Mark Campbell | 13th December 2015

Experts predict that Apple computers to be targeted more by hackers in 2016. Is Apple really a safe platform?

4 Cyber Monday Deals

Cyber Monday Deals

Mark Campbell | 30th November 2015

Cyber Monday is here and you all know what that means, great deals on hardware. How about a 1TB Samsung 850 EVO SSD for £185?

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