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HGST’s New 10nm Nanoimprinting Process Will Double HDD Data Density

HGST, the former Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (now owned by Western Digital), is developing nanolithography processes that will allow the doubling of hard disk drive (HDD) data storage density in future disk drives.  HGST Labs is announcing the combination of two innovative nanotechnologies — self-assembling molecules and nanoimprinting — to be able to create large groups of dense patterns of …

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XComGlobal Mifi Enables Full On WiFi While Traveling The World

Each year we travel to Europe and the one constant that remained, at least up until this year, was the ability to maintain internet and cell communications without an exorbitant bite out of the pocketbook at the end of our stay. This year, XComGlobal challenged us to leave our frustrations behind by taking along their mobile WiFi device, the Mifi, …

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Native Instruments Slated To Release: “A Revolution”

The electronic music giant Native Instruments has long been a go-to for electronic artists and casual musicians alike. NI has released programs such as Guitar Rig 5 Pro (“The ultimate all-in-one guitar and bass solution with 17 amps, 54 effects and more.” Massive, “The heavyweight synthesizer for fat basses and piercing leads; from creamy analog sounds to dirty, brute force audio.” …

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Lenovo Announces New Android Tablets At Mobile World Congress

Lenovo today announced a line-up of new Android tablets, offering configurations and form factors to match consumer needs for both ultra-portable tablets and multimedia performers. The portfolio, which also boasts unique connectivity features, will be available starting in the second quarter 2013. The range starts with two new A-series tablets, seven-inch devices, designed for optimal mobility while still packing a …

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Micron Agrees To Sell Italian Wafer Plant To LFoundry

Micron Technology, Inc. and LFoundry are announcing that they have reached agreements for LFoundry to acquire Micron Technology Italia, Srl. and all of Micron’s semiconductor fab assets in Avezzano, Italy.  Micron has a current four-year supply agreement with Aptina to manufacture image sensors at the 200mm Avezzano facility that it will also assign to LFoundry.  LFoundry will be granted a …

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Skyera Closes Over $51 Million Via Dell Ventures, Boosts Next-Generation Enterprise Solid-State Storage Solutions

Skyera announced it has closed $51.6 million in financing led by Dell Ventures, with participation from other strategic investors. Skyera, backed by key technology and financial partnerships, is positioned at the forefront of the hyper-growth solid-state storage sector. The syndicate of strategic investors provides Skyera with its second round of institutional capital. Skyera is a disruptive provider of enterprise solid-state …

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Cooler Master Announces NotePal A200 Laptop Cooling Stand

Cooler Master today showcased the NotePal A200 laptop cooling stand for notebook sizes up to 16″. Dual Fans and Aluminum Surface Eliminates Laptop Heat The A200 has two large 140mm fans for optimized airflow and a perforated aluminum cooling surface that helps siphon heat from your laptop. A built-in control for the fan lets you adjust performance to obtain the perfect …

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Razer Re-Releases StarCraft II Peripherals In Time For Heart Of The Swarm Expansion

Razer has announced the re-release of its peripheral lineup for Blizzard Entertainment’s StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm expansion, the highly anticipated next installment of the acclaimed StarCraft franchise. The entire suite of StarCraft II peripherals, designed specifically for the prestigious real-time strategy (RTS) game, is once again available in all its glory. The line includes the Razer Spectre StarCraft II Gaming Mouse, the Razer Marauder StarCraft II Gaming Keyboard and the Razer Banshee StarCraft …

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