Despite huge ambition, Medal of Honor's VR adventure fails to go beyond the Call of Duty.
Bustin' makes me feel good.
Bigger and more feature-rich than last year's 4000 Series.
Hope you had backups; Myspace didn't.
Pushes users to former rival Carbonite.
20 times the density of current rivals.
Wi-Fi hot-spot functionality included.
Synology aims at the budget NAS market with it's £120 dual-bay NAS
Glitch in routine upgrade, company claims.
Initially targeting enterprise-grade archives.
Sad that Windows Home Server is no more? Read on for open source alternatives to its various features.
Microsoft has detailed the File History automated backup feature of Windows 8.
Apple has issued a notice that some Time Capsule backup devices need replacing.
The next revision of the Blu-ray specification, due in the first quarter of 2010, will allow a single full-resolution copy of a film to be made and burned to disc.
Corsair has announced the Voyager Port, a USB cradle which turns flash drives into single-button backup storage devices.
Data loss - believed to be the work of a disgruntled ex-employee - at blogging site JournalSpace prompts the company to shut up shop for good.
Windows Home Server Power Pack 1 was supposed to introduce an automated method of backup up the backup database, but this feature has quietly been removed ahead of launch.
InPhase Technologies has finally launched a product based on holographic storage - a technology the company has been promising for the past eight years.
Storage manufacturer EMC has bought Iomega - creators of the Zip drive - for $213M in an attempt to crack the all-important home user market.
Feel good about cracking open your Xbox and fiddling the firmware? A new download lets you do just that. Don't expect to be hitting Xbox Live, though.
The RIAA contradicts a previous statement it made to the court. Before, copying CDs to your computer was perfectly fine if you owned the original. Now? The copyright monopolist says it isn't.
December 11 2020 | 17:30
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