13 Reasons Why You Need an External Hard Drive

Did you know “90% of the world’s data was created in the last two years? That’s a staggering statistic, but let’s go one level deeper and simplify the need for storage in a way that’s sure to resonate with anyone who’s into technology or social media. If you’re not familiar with IFTTT (If ...

5 Completely Boring Ways to Organize Your Photos

Photos, photos everywhere! With easy access to today’s tech, it’s almost impossible to go five feet without seeing someone stop and take a photo whether it’s of friends, food or even themselves. We enjoy the art of photography and the opportunity to look back at those special moments caught on ...

How Internal Hard Drives Work in One Pretty Picture

Regardless of your level of technical savvy, your computer has a lot of components. Video cards help you see, sound cards help you hear, and processor chips keep you speedy. Then there’s your hard drive – the backbone of your computer, the glue that keeps it all together. (#NoBias) There are ...

Did You Know These 10 Insane Facts About the Internet? – Infographic

  Internet growth continues at amazing speeds and isn’t slowing down anytime soon – and that’s not a bad thing. Sure, the Internet can be a crazy place where you can find pretty much anything. Sites like Stumble Upon or Tumblr are rife with photos and videos that may make you laugh or cry ...

11 Facts (About Seagate) to Stump Any History Buff

History is important. It may not feel like it when sitting at the desk of a stuffy classroom while a short, horn-rimmed glasses wearing, nasal sounding person who looks like they were part of history instead of teaching it is yammering on about dates and events, but trust us when we say that it ...

Top 5 Causes of Hard Drive Failure

Technology’s given us some amazing tools to tinker with, but sometimes those tools fail. Maybe your car won’t start while trying to leave for work or your game console freezes after spending two hours reaching that final boss – it happens. As reliable as your hard drive may be, it can fail. In ...

Personal Cloud vs Cloud Service – What’s Best for You?

Consumer cloud storage is becoming pretty common these days. What used to be a few vendors with select offerings has become a competitive battlefield where companies are trying to outdo one another with the best service offerings. The photo storage site, Trunx, is looking to fill up the cloud ...

This New Wearable Tech Helps You Follow Your Heart to a Healthier Life – CES 2015

Everyone expected to see a good deal of wearables at the Consumer Electronics Show this year and companies did not disappoint. While Google Glass may not have been handy, there were plenty of other companies to fill the void. Meshing wearables with healthcare is an offshoot of the trend that ...

Microsoft Joins Dropbox and Google in the Clouds

Microsoft recently announced that all Office 365 customers would no longer be capped at 1TB and would receive unlimited storage through their cloud service OneDrive. Microsoft has fired a shot across the bow of USS Google and USS Dropbox with their $6.99 monthly offering of OneDrive storage and ...

How to Format a Windows Drive for Mac in 10 Easy Steps

Like the commercials of years gone by, some people are PC’s and others are Macs. Seagate Backup Plus comes in a couple varieties — one pre-formatted for Mac, the other pre-formatted for Windows but also readable on Mac. But sometimes a little help is needed, if you decide to start using your ...

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