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There Are Now 3 Million Data Centers In The U.S., And Climbing
 There Are Now 3 Million Data Centers In The U.S., And Climbing
Data centers, the key backbone of the cloud, are growing larger and more energy intensive, prompting the Department of Energy to launch a new initiative on Tuesday aimed at improving their energy efficiency. According to DOE statistics, data center electricity use doubled between 2001 to 2006, from 30 to 60 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity, and stood at about 100 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity as of 2013. This amounts to about 2% of all U.S. electricity use and climbing. Read More

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Content Insider #354 - Unlikely Champion
Content Insider #354 - Unlikely Champion
There's something about a hero...you know a guy or gal who's not afraid to run around in tights, fight the bad people, protect the underdog, make you understand that the best way is always the right way. I don't want to spoil the surprise for you so read the Insider for yourself. But he's a person you listen to, you hang on his every words, you watch him dance around the floor spinning wonderous tales about what's so great about flash memory and that it will make your products better, your memories safer. Finally someone who will tell you and you'll listen/believe. Thanks mumble mumble...nope not going to tell you and spoil your ahha moment!!! Read More
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Analyst Expects IWatch In Two Sizes, 128GB IPhone And IPad Air 2 Reveal Next Week
 Analyst Expects IWatch In Two Sizes, 128GB IPhone And IPad Air 2 Reveal Next Week
In general, the anticipations of analysts are things you can safely ignore, but a new report from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo via 9to5Mac is worth a look, especially given his track record of successfully predicting Apple’s product roadmap – and according to Kuo, there’s a lot in store for us next week at Apple’s special event, including a new iPad. In any case, Kuo says that there will be plenty of iWatch news next week, too, with a device that comes in both 1.4 and 1.5-inch screen sizes, and a huge 8GB of internal storage compared to most devices that have only 4, plus 512MB of RAM.

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WD My Passport Wireless: The Personal Cloud You Can Take With You
 WD My Passport Wireless: The Personal Cloud You Can Take With You
One of the lessons people are taking from the recent celebrity photo hack, rightly or wrongly, is that you can't trust the cloud. Of course, the question then becomes: Where do you put your digital stuff? WD has an answer for you: My Passport Wireless. The device is a portable hard drive about the size of a paperback book, and it can connect to up to eight different devices simultaneously via Wi-Fi, letting you access your pics (nude selfies or otherwise), videos, music and files anywhere you are. The drive works with PCs and Macs, but it's really meant to work with mobile devices: smartphones and tablets.

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No Instant Success
No Instant Success
We love the observations of people "he's an overnight success" and "boy it must be great to be the big boss and give everyone orders." There's no such thing as an overnight success and it's tough being the boss and making people really believe the ultimate success or destruction of the company is based on how well they manage what they do and how they manage their failures because...they'll come. The CEO of OWC has some great advice for dealing with the challenges, the opportunities. Read More
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Fuhu Big Tab: A 20-Inch Kids Tablet Built For The Playroom
 Fuhu Big Tab: A 20-Inch Kids Tablet Built For The Playroom
Famous for its kid-friendly portable tablets, Fuhu now has its sights set on your living room. The company's new Big Tab HD brings the classic Fuhu Nabi experience to 20- and 24-inch devices, while adding in new apps designed for large-screen use. The Big Tab's massive black bezel is surrounded by a removable silver frame, which has a small gap at top that serves as handle for carrying it around. Both versions are powered by an Nvidia Tegra 4 processor and pack 16GB of storage. Read More

Have Nuke? Try Nuke 9 and family coming...
I know it's IBC week, but you may have missed some important news from SIGGRAPH. Of course, if you have Nuke you're probably reading the n Read More
 
AJA`s new KONA 4 card at IBC
  At IBC 2014,  AJA Video Systems  announced that its KONA 4 professional desktop video and audio I/O card now supports the latest versions of Ad Read More
 
Imagineer Mocha 4.01 Free Update
Now available. New point release update: mocha 4.01 Imagineer Systems is pleased to announce a new update for all  mocha v4.x  owners. This free Read More
 
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SEPTEMBER 16: TUESDAY One night only in September.  It's 3 hours of Intermediate - Advanced lessons in After Effects and CINEMA 4D... and some Read More
 
Autodesk acquires Shotgun Software
In a blog post today , Don Parker first reminds us that SHOTGUN SOFTWARE IS NOT GOING AWAY. It's just going to get better.  If you're consid Read More
 

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