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mass storage

iFixit launches Dual Hard Drive Kit and guides for Mid 2011 iMacs

Does Windows Phone 8 have USB mass storage support? Of course it does.

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Microsoft already told you WP8 supports USB mass storage When it comes to Windows Phone 8, there is much more information coming than has been revealed--Microsoft's Joe Belfiore stresses this at the beginning of the WP Summit a few weeks ago. However, there are things we do know--either things...
Does Windows Phone 8 have USB mass storage support? Of course it does.
Windows Phone 8 will reportedly support USB mass storage

Asus UASP: USB 3.0 on SCSI flavored steroids

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On Asus’s new motherboards — the P8Z77-V and some of its contemporary cousins — there’s an intriguing new feature: USB attached SCSI protocol, or UASP for short. Asus says that UASP can almost double the speed of USB 3.0 connections to external hard drives and SSDs — and speed up...
Asus UASP: USB 3.0 on SCSI flavored steroids

Rumor Roundup: What To Expect From HTC At Mobile World Congress

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With the end of February nearly in sight, the tech community is all abuzz with talk about Mobile World Congress, the huge mobile conference set to take place in beautiful Barcelona in just over a week. All the big players will be there (though some will be less conspicuous than...
Rumor Roundup: What To Expect From HTC At Mobile World Congress

BlackBerry Desktop Software for PCs makes debatable leap to version 7.0

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It's been a long time in the making, but the BlackBerry Desktop Software for PCs has just made the jump from version 6.1 to 7.0. Despite the significant numeric hurdle, the software is scant for new features and only a handful of known issues have been fixed. New to...
BlackBerry Desktop Software for PCs makes debatable leap to version 7.0
HTC Endeavor to purportedly feature SLCD display, Android 4.0.5

Ubuntu One Music Store – The new iTunes?

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Cannonical enters the music market Cannonical are making some interesting moves with respect to making their desktop Linux distribution, Ubuntu, more friendly to mainstream users. They now have a Dropbox like service called Ubuntu One. Of which, the short term goal is to sync users’ files and application settings, via the...
Ubuntu One Music Store – The new iTunes?
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