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Aims to secure revenue stream.
3D NAND based.
One step closer to 'universal memory'.
Desktops due 'in the coming weeks'.
$20 a month for Windows 10, Office 365.
Supported through to EOL.
For enterprise customers, naturally.
Now a Linux Foundation project.
Taking the fight to POSIX rivals.
Multi-year 'strategic agreement.'
Helium and shingle filling.
Good news tempered by EU fine, though.
Takes firm aim at the data centre.
Faster, more features, very secretive.
Puts its drives directly on the network.
Upgrade to Windows 8.1, Microsoft warns.
A helium-filled hard drive can hold 40% more data, HGST claims.
A Microsoft-commissioned survey claims to reveal the hidden costs of staying on the outdated Windows XP OS.
An Intel engineer has lifted the lid on a mesh-based monitoring system linked to Twitter.
Despite analysts claiming otherwise, word from the horses mouth is that Seagate will get SSDs out the door by late 2009.
Mozilla is to offer corporate users of its popular Firefox web browser a system for the customisation of its appearance, bookmarks, and settings.
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