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high-speed hard drives

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WD adds USB 3.0 and high-speed HDD to Mac external storage solutions

Western Digital announces new portable drives for Macs that support USB 3.0 and a new Thunderbolt drive, the WD VelociRaptor Duo, which uses two VelociRaptor hard drives as its internal storage.

By August 30, 2012

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Western Digital shipping high-speed 2TB hard drive

WD launches high-performance, 7200rpm, 2TB hard drives for desktop and enterprise environments.

By September 1, 2009

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Hitachi announces high-speed 500GB laptop hard drive

Hitachi announces the new 7200 RPM Travelstar Drive for laptops that offers capacities up to 500GB.

By September 1, 2009

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Hitachi to ship high-speed 2TB hard drive

Hitachi to release the first 7,200 rpm 2TB desktop hard drive.

By August 6, 2009

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High-speed laser sets sights on cancer

Researchers believe that one day we may kill off cancer with a simple yet precise laser burst.

By July 24, 2012

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How to buy a new phone: The CNET smartphone buying guide

The most important things to know when shopping for a cell phone.

By December 16, 2014

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LaCie Mirror Portable Hard Drive

Though fast and easy to use, the LaCie Mirror Portable Hard Drive's attention-seeking design is the only reason to pay the premium price.

By January 30, 2015

3.5 stars Editors' rating January 30, 2015
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Dish aims high with new Hopper DVR, high-speed satellite broadband service

At CES 2012, Dish has made a plethora of announcements as it rolls out its new Hopper DVR system capable of storing 2,000 hours of programming and a new high-speed satellite broadband service that it says will be a boon to rural America.

By January 9, 2012

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G-Tech refreshes high-speed, high-capacity external storage lineup

G-Tech uses high-speed 2TB hard drives for all of its 3.5-inch-based external storage products.

By November 2, 2009

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NSA planted surveillance software on hard drives, report says

Security vendor Kaspersky outs a group capable of inserting spying software onto hard drives around the world, while Reuters fingers the NSA as the culprit.

By February 17, 2015