The PC maker asserted that its new all flash storage options cost less than comparable hard disk drive alternatives on the market.
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You've got questions about the Windows 8 upgrade. Can you burn the upgrade files to DVD or a USB flash drive? Is it possible to go from a 32-bit Windows PC to 64-bit? Who qualifies for cheap upgrades? I've got the answers you're looking for.
Spike in demand for mobile and flash memory chips helps South Korean chipmaker limit the impact of a slumping PC market to book an operating loss of US$13.6 million.
Adobe has urged PC, Mac, Linux and Android users to download a critical update for Flash Player, in order to mitigate an attack that has already been reported in the wild.According to Adobe, various vulnerabilities in Flash Player "could cause a crash and potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system".
Adobe launched its Flash Player 10.2 with hardware accelerated video. The gist is that Adobe says it can now deliver video more efficiently with less strain on your PC.
Currys and PC World have effectively pulled Toshiba's Folio 100 tablet just days after putting it on sale, according to reports.In a discussion that cited problems with the Android device's Flash playback and other issues, Modaco forum members wrote on Sunday that Dixons Group staff had been told to keep the tablets on display, but increase the price to £999 in a bid to discourage purchases, so as to avoid the high return rate the retail chain has been experiencing with Toshiba's £329 tablets.
It's been leaked many-a-time, but it's finally the day HP makes it official: the long-rumored Slate tablet PC is here, running Windows 7 and geared toward the corporate market.The Slate 500 is powered by an Intel Atom Z540 processor and comes with 2GB of RAM and 64GB of flash-based storage.
It's 2010. Mobile access to the web, either on a portable PC or on a handset is a reality thanks to WiFi and 3G. But we only have access to certain parts of the web, thanks to the widespread adoption of Adobe Flash.
Security Essential 2010 is a rogue anti-spyware program from the family of Internet Security 2010. This malware is installed in PC by Trojans which pretend to be Flash update claiming to be an essential software to view video online.
Lockheed Martin and IronKey on Wednesday announced an ultra-secure USB flash drive with custom software that allows you to take entire computer with you for secure use on any public computer.
The Adobe Flash Player 6 that ships by default in Windows XP is vulnerable to multiple code execution vulnerabilities that could lead to PC takeover attacks.
Honestech, a digital media software company, has just released FOTOBOX Plus, a USB device that enables the creation of multimedia slideshows from photos and videos. The gadget contains an integrated memory card reader and embedded PC software (thus, not compatible with Mac OS) with Flash memory, which can automatically run without any installation.
Gadget Gal's daily deals: Kingston 8GB USB flash drive, Dell Inspiron desktop computer, Canon EOS Rebel T1i
An 8GB Kingston DataTraveler USB flash drive, a Dell Inspiron 537s desktop PC, and a Canon EOS Rebel T1i camera. Here are your daily deals for Wednesday, July 22, straight from the Gadget Gal:1.
Sugar Labs has released the One Laptop per Child XO-1 interface online for loading onto any USB flash drive greater than 1GB, and will allow it to be used on 'any PC or netbook'
I've just received an announcement from the Gizmo5 people of their latest feature - Gizmocall. It is an Adobe Flash based utility for making audio calls, either free PC-to-PC for other Gizmo5 users, or to PSTN (land line or mobile) numbers.
The company that has made its mark in flash memory and PC manufacturing is also a keen provider of digital products, electronic devices and components.
Not sure how many of you this will affect, but it's well worth keeping in mind if you run the Flash Player on a PC built around the Pentium 2 processor.
Adobe is aiming for greater use of its Flash Player multimedia Web software within mobile and other non-PC devices by launching its Open Screen Project — an industry alliance it hopes will garner the support of large vendors in the embedded multimedia space.
The company is aiming for greater use of Flash within mobile and other non-PC devices with the launch of the Open Screen Project
Over the weekend I decided that it was time to revamp my 'portable office' USB flash drive. I put this together nearly two years ago and it has served me well in that time, acting as a base of operations when I'm away from my main PC. While some of the applications that I installed onto it have been updated, others have not. It's time to build myself a new portable office.
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