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RAID 1 for the time-challenged
It happens to the best of us. We spend hours putting together a new PC, mounting a nice aftermarket heatsink, making sure all the cables...
How do you back up your gigs of goodies?
In the wake of my post about data recovery services, an old buddy of mine from college, Dave Kirby, wrote me with a question about...
Seeking a good hard drive recovery service
A friend of mine emailed me recently with a question that I can't answer. He has a friend whose hard drive has croaked, possibly...
Epilogue on three 75GXP failures
Years ago I sought advice from a trusted and knowledgeable friend about what components to use in my first home-built PC. Everything worked...
A correction on the ThinkPad X300: SSD only!?
In our recent first podcast episode, we were engaging in a bit of techno-lust over the ThinkPad X300, which we've dubbed the MacBook Air...
Behold Thumper: Sun's SunFire X4500 storage server
In July of 2006, Sun added an interesting new machine to their lineup of Opteron-based x86 servers. It was codenamed 'Thumper' during...
Corsair's Survivor GT: The HiLux of thumb drives
You don't see us reviewing USB flash drives here at TR because, well, they tend to be pretty boring. There is little doubt that so-called...
|AMD's A4-5000 'Kabini' APU reviewed||42|
|Memorial Day Weekend Shortbread||7|
|Deal of the week: A 7850 1GB for $132, and other bargains||6|
|AMD introduces low-power Richland APUs for slim notebooks||53|
|Updated Kinect motion sensor coming to the PC next year||22|
|Intel promises 50% battery life gain for Haswell laptops||68|
|WHQL-certified GeForce 320.18 drivers now available||16|
|OCZ Vertex 450 SSD has 20-nm NAND, tweaked Indilinx controller||16|
|I'm sorry but if there's enough market demand for 13.3" 3200x1800 screens, there's MORE than enough demand for 24" 2560x1600 screens.||+47|