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EDT (Photos.com) Sometimes, I like the stocks I write about so much, I buy them for myself. This is the case with Western Digital Corp. and Seagate Technology , two makers of computer disk drives I recommended a year ago. They seemed absurdly cheap
Brian is a member of The Motley Fool Blog Network -- entries represent the personal opinion of the blogger and are not formally edited. WDC ) saw weakness on Thursday after a bearish outlook from famed investor James Chanos at the Sohn conference.
Data storage company Seagate has announced it is making a major push into the solid-state drive business, including marketing them directly to consumers for the first time, and its Colorado Design Center in Longmont is playing a major role in the
Most people have way too much storage as it is on their laptops and desktops," he explained. "The move to the cloud is actually more efficient... The amount of storage out there still exceeds the needs as fast as data is growing."...Companies like
I have a substantial surround system, including an expensive receiver, a Blu-ray player and a six-speaker surround sound setup with a large subwoofer. I often cannot understand the dialogue when watching movies as well, especially when women and
As first reported by Ars Technica , the base 21-inch models come, like before, with a 1TB Serial-ATA drive, with an optional upgrade to a Fusion Drive , which will cost you an extra $250. However, you can now choose to go with pure flash storage
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company and a world leader in storage, today announced a new 3.5-inch SAS hard drive solution for legacy datacenter storage systems with the release of the WD XE , 2.5-inch, 10,000 RPM SAS hard drive, now available mounted in a 3.5-inch WD
Joseph is a member of The Motley Fool Blog Network -- entries represent the personal opinion of the blogger and are not formally edited...At a very superficial first glance, the company looks like a bargain. It trades at a P/E of under 5, with a