Saturday, March 31, 2012
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
WD debuts 2TB My Passport portable external hard drive
Company says number of employees in supplier factories who work "excessive" hours is dropping.
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"That's a substantial improvement over previous results, but we can do better," the company wrote on its Supplier Responsibility page. "We will continue to share our progress by reporting this data on a monthly basis."
Apple has been under fire as of late over working conditions in supplier factories overseas. The company responded to the outcry by bringing in Fair Labor Association inspectors to investigate how workers are treated in Foxconn plants. After that investigation is completed, the independent inspectors will be moving on to other Apple supplier sites.
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Tuesday, March 20, 2012
3D television under spotlight at MIPTV.
Published on Mar 19, 2012 by Euronews - Television professionals are gearing up for MIPTV, the international TV showcase held each year in Cannes.
The 49th edition will take place at the beginning of April and is expected to bring together nearly 12,000 participants from 100 countries with more than 4,000 buyers.
There's very little to dislike about the Samsung Galaxy S2. This smart phone is astonishingly fast, with a gorgeous display, a good camera and all the power of the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. And it's somehow all crammed into a case so slim and light that it seems to break the laws of physics.
There's no doubt this is a phone that will impress the geeks in the room. But, if you're not so keen on expressing your geeky side by spending hours tweaking the seven home screens, deleting some of the app bloatware, and customising the millions of options, this phone may be more of a chore than a treat.
Seagate says that it has reached the milestone of storage density that offers 1 terabit (1 trillion bits) per square inch, using Heat-Assisted Magnetic recording technology that promises a 60TB hard drive within the next decade.