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October 23, 2015 by

Baidu chooses dumb SSDs. Should you?

SSDs have powerful processors and hundreds of thousands of lines of code to make them smart. But after installing over 300,000 smart SSDs, Chinese giant Baidu has opted for a different model: software defined flash. Here's how it works.

May 19, 2014 By Megabyte Software

KML Search Tool

KML Search Tool is a utility that enables you to search for data within Google Earth spatial file format (KML and KMZ) and other spatial...

April 17, 2015 by

High-performance, huge capacity storage devices

While the cloud has appeared just in time to offer free (or at least cheap) and easy access to gigabytes of storage space, some people like to keep their data close to hand. Here are some of the best storage devices money can buy that will help you keep your data safe.

April 10, 2014 By Megabyte Software

KML Buffer Tool

KML Buffer Tool is an intuitive utility that can come in handy to GIS (Geographic Information System) experts looking to enhance their...

January 29, 2013 by

Is Jony Ive killing the Mac?

Even as eye candy has been added to the Mac interface, basic functionality critical to data integrity and reliable operation have been subtracted. Is this Apple's design chief Jony Ive's fault?

August 12, 2011 by

Happy 30th birthday, IBM PC (and clicky keyboard)

It's 30 years since IBM launched the IBM Personal Computer, setting a standard for business computing that is still recognisable today. Indeed, the PC has become a platform for the vast majority of home computing, for education, and for all kinds of industrial and commercial purposes from the factory floor to digital signage systems -- the ones that are meant to say Flight 647 is about to depart from Terminal 5 but we all love to see displaying an odd Windows command or a Blue Screen of Death.

July 31, 2011 by

30 years on, how Bill Gates saw MS-DOS

It will soon be the 30th anniversary of the launch of the world-changing IBM PC in August 1981, and technically it's also the 30th anniversary of MS-DOS, which was about to appear as IBM's PC DOS. This dominated the operating system business until Microsoft launched Windows 95.


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