Japan recently announced they were two years ahead of schedule for their first 4K broadcast. 4K TV broadcast is said to have four times the resolution of any current HD TV.
It will soon be illegal for anyone in the U.S. to unlock his or her smartphone to use it for another provider. The U.S. Library of Congress determined back in October 2012 that it was legal for consumer to unlock their smartphones, but only until January 26th, 2013.
Hitachi recently announced that they have developed a new type of data storage medium; a piece of glass, which unlike conventional storage like hard drives or DVDs, will save your data forever.
By the look of things we can expect a doubling in SAS speeds in the not too distant future from 6Gbps to 12Gbps and HGST – soon to be a part of Western Digital – is set to demo its first SSD using the new 12Gbps SAS interface next week at a SCSI trade association
You might have noticed that SSDs have been getting a slimmer profile with several companies recently announcing 7mm drives. Well, the hard drive makers don't want to be left behind in the race to provide components for Ultrabooks and now Hitachi has announced a new series of 7mm 2.5-inch hard drives.
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies has announced the Ultrastar enterprise-class solid-state drive (SSD), which it claims is the industry’s first to use 25nm single-level cell (SLC) NAND flash.
Samsung and a number of other LCD display makers have settled a price-fixing case for $553 million.
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies has announced the launch of its Ultrastar C10K900 enterprise storage device, which it claims is the industry's fastest 10K hard drive, touting high capacity and strong encryption features.
First spotted in the bylanes of the Akihabara district of Tokyo last week, Hitachi's uber-capacious Deskstar 4 Terabyte internal hard drives were finally announced to the world today. Along with it, Hitachi also announced its Touro avatar, a portable HDD that makes use of one of these drives.
One Terabyte per platter hard drives isn't breaking news these days, but Hitachi GST has put a twist on things by launching several new models with a single 1TB platter in them. The new drives are also available in smaller sizes, but this is where things get strange, as despite being a single 1TB
Do the technology used in today's generation of high-definition television sets make you want to go all 'WOOO~' in envy? Well, now there is a better reason for you to do so, especially if you are currently living in Japan; Hitachi has just announced the availability of six new high-definition television sets under its WOOO
Hitachi has launched its enterprise MLC SSD, Ultrastar SSD400M. It uses Intel's 25nm NAND and SSD technology. More details inside.
Remember what we said about 3D displays being well on their way to becoming the next mainstream display of choice for the average consumer? Well it seems that 3D technology's slow but gradual invasion into consumer-grade electronic devices has just been given a huge boost recently, especially if Hitachi's announcement of its success in the creation of
Western Digital and Hitachi, Ltd. announced today that they have entered into a definitive agreement whereby WD will acquire Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (Hitachi GST), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., in a cash and stock transaction valued at approximately $4.3 billion. The proposed combination will result in a customer-focused storage company, with significant operating
New Cinemastar hard drives released with up to 750gb for the C5K750 2.5″ HDD family, and 2.0TB for the 5K2000 3,5″ HDD family. With Audio-Visual product lines from hard drive manufacturers toeing the lines between affordability and reliability, and the competitive pricepoints of Hitachi GSTs 7200rpm drives vis a vis its competitors, one cannot help but wonder,
600GB per platter, anyone? Hitachi’s new Deskstar 7K3000 and 5K3000 3TB desktop hard drives have quietly shown up on its website. The 7K3000 has a 7200rpm rotational speed and 64MB of cache, while the 5K3000 has CoolSpin technology and 32MB of cache. Both drives have a SATA 6Gb/s interface and are also available in 2TB
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies today announced the industry’s fastest and most power-efficient 10,000 rpm 6Gb/s Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) enterprise hard drive, the Hitachi Ultrastar™ C10K600, which will be available in 300GB, 450GB and 600GB capacities. The new Ultrastar sports a 64MB cache and offers an average seek time of just 3.7 milliseconds.
Hitachi has announced the 375GB per platter Travelstar 7K750 (7200rpm) and Travelstar 5K750 (5400rpm) 750GB 2.5-inch mobile hard disk drives for notebook PCs, external storage and other mobile applications. These new drives are also the first in Hitachi’s line-up to feature the 4k Advanced Format.
You might probably be scratching your head, wondering what in the world a ‘hybrid’ optical drive actually is. Apparently, it seems that Hitachi’s idea of such a device is to to combine both flash storage and an optical drive into one single hardware that serves two purposes. Sounds amazing, no? Read on to find out
G-SPEED FC XL 8Gb G-Technology by Hitachi has unveiled the G-SPEED Q and G-SPEED FC XL 8Gb, high-speed storage solutions aimed at enterprise and mainstream users. More…