Tagged: storage

LaCie Updates 2big Dock with Thunderbolt 3 USB-C

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSLaCie has updated their 2big dock for desktop creators. This device can hold up to 20TB in a RAID or Mirror format. Compact Flash, SD, USB-A, Dual USB-C (TB3 rated), and Display Port connections so you can dock devices for file transfer, viewing, and more. If you need to go backwards compatible with Thunderbolt 2, you will have to get the Apple Adapter ($49). For content creators, this can allow you to hold over 650 hours of 4K video. You can also chain another 2big to add even more storage if needed. The Thunderbolt 3 version of 2big will be out in the next couple months. No price points have been set. For more information, head to LaCie 2big page.

Flydrive from Seagate and DJI to store your drone’s flight video

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSSeagate and DJI have joined forces to make the Flydrive – a portable 2 TB drive that allows you to transfer your captured video from micro SD card, quick and easy. The Fly Drive connects to your computer like any other portable hard drive. With this portable, you can move your drone footage off the copter to continue capture. With 2TB, you can do this 250 times. Fly Drive also comes with 2 months of Adobe Premiere Pro for you to edit your footage.

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LG Optimus G (Sprint) – Quad-Core Android with 32 GB Storage [Review]

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSAbout a month ago I got to use the LG Optimus G on the Sprint network. Optimus G is a newer Android phone that has power and storage to rival the future designs of the smartphone. A phone with enough power to not only get work done or the ability to do two things at once but the battery power to stay functional for the day. The Good – LG Optimus G Let’s start with the processor – a 1.5 GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor. This processor will let you not only record video and pull up your favorite apps but will also allow you to do two things at once. Send a text while a video plays – Email someone while you are in mid-game – then come back to where you were. You can even record a video and snap...

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iPhone 5 Unboxing – Comparison to Nokia Lumia, HTC, 3GS

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSI got the new iPhone this morning, so I went on a Google Hangout to show it off. I grabbed my previous smartphones to make comparison – the HTC 8125 (my first smartphone), the iPhone 3GS and Nokia Lumia 900 (which I had over the summer). I compare how I used the smartphone then and now. Unboxing the iPhone5 I first unbox the iPhone 5, then compare to the older phones. This one is longer and thinner than the HTC, but compared in thinness to the iPhone 3GS and Nokia Lumia. Pretty interesting. The phone is comparably lighter than all 3. Accessories to the iPhone 5 The iPhone 5 comes with the new style earbuds and Lightning charger cable. I didn’t get any extra cables or converters. Overall of the iPhone 5 I will definitely be putting it to the task....

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HP Tech Cast #6: Microsoft Windows Server 2012

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSOn Tuesday, Microsoft officially launched Server 2012 to the public. This was a low key launch with a landing page with keynote videos. After, we got on HP Tech Cast with a few bloggers to talk about the “Cloud OS”. Calvin Zito joins me with bloggers John Obeto, Jason Lopez and Hans Vredevoort. We talk about Virtualization capabilities, storage, and the new ReFS file system.

Polkast: Your Personal, Self-Controlled Cloud – CES 2012 0

Polkast: Your Personal, Self-Controlled Cloud – CES 2012

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSWe checked out Polkast at CES. This is a new P2P approach to self controlled file access. Your files are stored on your PC, or a series of computers. Maybe it’s not even on a PC. Anything in your network, or on mobile devices. The software catalogs and indexes your devices by downloading and installing the software. Polkast then creates a list you can call up on any of your devices. On local networks, files transfer at 10x the speed to computer. Find the iOS and Android apps in the app store for catalog. Service is free if you have a single device. If you have multiple devices, $4.99 a month. Interview by Andy McCaskey of SDRNews for the TechPodcast Network. [cessponsor]  

Smartphone, Tablet Stands from 3Feet 0

Smartphone, Tablet Stands from 3Feet

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSAlbert was on a flight. He was tired of holding on to the tablet to use it. So when he got home, he developed 3 Feet. 3Feet is a tough stand that folds up nicely for easy storage. The stand sets up in multiple positions if you need to change the angle. The cusions keep the device from moving or slamming into the 3Feet. The charger opening also allows for easy charging while standing. Use 3 Feet to stand a device up on a plane or in a meeting. If you have a digital picture frame, 3Feet can be used to hold them on a shelf or table. It even makes good in holding up an old tablet (you know, the ones that actually hold paper…) Thanks to Audible for sponsoring GoDaddy services saves you money! New Customers Save 25% on Hosting...

Aigo Storage Mouse with Mini SD Card Reader 0

Aigo Storage Mouse with Mini SD Card Reader

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSA compact mouse. That is what we need sometimes on the go. Running Bluetooth and using two fingers, you can quickly move around. You also get a laser pointer in it. Aigo makes many products from tablets to cameras. But have you ever thought that your mouse can have more functions than moving around on a PC? The mouse is available for $30. Interview by Andrew McCaskey of RV News Net TPN CES 2011 Live Coverage Sponsors: Thanks to Audible for sponsoring GoDaddy services saves you money! New Customers Save 25% on Hosting at GoDaddy. Thanks to Luxor for sponsoring

Icron Extends USB 500 Meters over Ethernet to 40 KM over Fiber 0

Icron Extends USB 500 Meters over Ethernet to 40 KM over Fiber

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSRobert Haefling joins Jeff and Esby on the TPN Live CES coverage. He is from Icron – a company that makes solutions for cabling. KVMs and USB over Networks, Fiber and Wireless. As an IT pro, I have dealth with cables for a long time. When we went to wireless computers, I was ecstatic. Imagine how happy I will be when you can run a USB drive over ethernet. That is what Icron does – they make devices that let you set up a USB camera in one room and run to another room via the network. You can also take a USB monitor, keyboard and mouse, then have a computer in the basement and you are working in the office up in the attic. With USB over network, you can push a device up to 500 meters over Ethernet and 40...

Brian Bonita on HP Certification Programs: HP Technology Forum 1

Brian Bonita on HP Certification Programs: HP Technology Forum

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSCertification Training is important in technology. You have servers, storage, programs and more. Old technology is moving to new. Knowing the products are important. Andy McCaskey talks with Brian Bonita about the intent – enabling people to be certified reseller. You can then deepen the value of your services. You can provide a better service to customers at a lower cost. Sponsor: Hold your meetings online for just $49 a month Try GoToMeeting free. Find out how to increase your Social Media – Social-Media-interviews

Winner: Data Vault x510 2TB with Storage Works – Norbert Davis 1

Winner: Data Vault x510 2TB with Storage Works – Norbert Davis

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSMurphy’s Law comes in. I ran the test and it worked fine. I think it was because I had a wireless connection to the desktop running wirecast. Nonetheless, we ran a contest and gave away Data Vault x510. I then fixed the issues with the video and went on with the show. Our winner for the Data Vault: Norbert Davis The video will be up shortly. I was able to get the process to run and got the Data vault backing up. I will have a bit of splicing to do. Congratulations. Data Vault Recovery In the video, we went through the Recovery disk of the x510. This is what you need: A computer with a Network card Ethernet cable Data Vault Some prep before you run the recovery. Turn off all Anti-virus and Firewalls. Turn off your Wireless, too, for we...

An Ultimate Digital Media Center and Agregator in the ZAGGbox by ZAGG – CES 2010 0

An Ultimate Digital Media Center and Agregator in the ZAGGbox by ZAGG – CES 2010

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS At first this looked like another IPTV box. But as Todd Cochrane started talking to Chris Zagg, we found out the ZAGGbox was a lot more than that. It is a media box with a 1TB hard drive. However, it’s also a component controller. If you have a satellite, you connect it through the box and let the ZAGGbox control your DirectTV or Dish signal. If you want to record a show, you use the ZAGGbox to take care of that. The remote control pretty much replaces all your other controls. The on-screen controls help you with what you want to watch. It is also a streaming device, so you can watch media on your internet devices including iPhone. You can also connect more hard drives for more storage. Sponsor:  Get GotoAssist Express free for 30 days and complete the IT...

Verbatim – Tuff-N-Tiny USB Sticks – CES 2010 0

Verbatim – Tuff-N-Tiny USB Sticks – CES 2010

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS When we got to CES, Todd handed us some USB sticks. They were small and we thought they were going to be lost by the end of the day. Little did we know that these small drives from Verbatim actually made a big difference in our transfer and storage of files. Todd Cochrane talks with Becky about these new devices, and other new items such as the wireless USB mouse and the Insight portable hard drive. Sponsor:  Try GoToAssist free for 30 days – GoToAssist.com/techpodcasts. Get this content on TiVo, Roku and Boxee

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Geekazine Weekly Podcast #5 10-31-07

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Show #5 Notes – 10/31/07 Apple Leopard News: 2 Million Copies Sold – MacDailyNews Adobe Apps on Leopard: What You Need to Know – John Nack on Adobe Blog Mac BSOD? – CNet Holes in Max OS – builder.au Hack to run Leopard on a PC – Information Week On the Geek: Seagate Offers 5% refunds on Storage Products – Geek.com NEC SX-9 Fastest Computer Ever? – Geek.com Hitachi Bringing Ultri-Thin LCD HDTVs – Geek.com Samsung 30nm 128 GB Memory Cards – Geek.com Cool Geek Stuff: Computer Repair Utility Kit – Technibble More News:

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Geekazine Weekly Podcast #4 10-24-07

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSShow #4 Notes – 10/24/0 Whats New with Mac OS X Server IPods and IPhones Help in Mac Sales? Windows MINWIN Wireless SD Card Half CD, Half Vinyl Comcast BlocksBit Torrent Traffic Dot ComFever Part II A New Napster Make Office 2007 Look Like 2003 Law Firm Uses Copyright Claim to Deny Use of Source Code SanDisk Lets you Take TV With You WEP Hacked The Incredible Shrinking Radio Worlds Smallest Mini-Tornado Singles on USB Canada Taxes Music Downloads Google 4 GB of gmail Storage Worst Gadget Invented The Tracking Jacket Links To Note: 32 Things You Can Do with Beer Apple in 2015 MakeYour Own Smartphone?

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