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Megaupload is down, Piracy indictment to blame

Megaupload is down, Piracy indictment to blame

One of the most notoriously popular media uploading and downloading sites in the world has been shut down today amid allegations of piracy and charges amounting to $500 million in lost revenue for pirated content. These charges come from federal prosecutors in Virginia and are being leveled against the founder and others involved with the site. If found guilty, needless to say, Megaupload's owners will stand no chance of revival any time soon.

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Iomega StorCenter ix2 Network Storage sets new bar for the business cloud

Iomega StorCenter ix2 Network Storage sets new bar for the business cloud

There's more than one announcement this week from Iomega regarding storage solutions for your own home network, this particular one on Iomega StorCenter ix2 Network Storage speaking specifically to the business crowd instead of your living room. This solution works with Linux, Mac, and PC, and will be bundled with such unique brands of cloud management as EMC Atmos and Mozy. Get your small business on the same piece of hardware to make all things one, and all things simple!

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Iomega EZ Media and Backup Center revealed

Iomega EZ Media and Backup Center revealed

When it comes to digital storage of files from your computer and for your home network, Iomega is the name you really ought to be thinking of this week due in part to their announcement of the new Iomega EZ Media & Backup Center line of drives. What you've got here is a network storage solution that allows you to have one central point for all the devices in your home network. To make this solution work, it's a simple process which include CD-less, simple, online backup - dive in!

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AT&T HTC Titan 2 LTE revealed with 16 megapixel camera

AT&T HTC Titan 2 LTE revealed with 16 megapixel camera

Peter Chou of HTC stepped on the AT&T stage this week to deliver the next generation of Windows Phone devices for AT&T, noting that the leadership in Windows Phone and network technology leads them to the HTC Titan 2 at the start. He spoke on how the original HTC Titan brought Windows Phone users an experience they loved, so they improved it, starting with the camera. This device has a WHOPPING 16 megapixel camera on the back.

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Nikon’s D4 proves megapixels aren’t everything

Nikon’s D4 proves megapixels aren’t everything

Nikon's new D4 has no shortage of spec sheet hyperbole, in fact the huge numbers fall over themselves: ISO 204,800 support, 51-point AF, 91k pixel color metering. However it's the 16.2-megapixel sensor that has many talking, the number - on paper at least - looking low when you can grab a cheap(er) T3i with 18-megapixels. The megapixel race has been most obvious of late in the smartphone world, but DSLRs aren't immune to the lust for bigger numbers. If anything proves how little pure megapixels matter, it's the D4.

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Sony Ericsson LT28at AT&T Android phone leaked, 13 megapixel photos included

Sony Ericsson LT28at AT&T Android phone leaked, 13 megapixel photos included

There's reportedly a device on the way from Sony Ericsson and about to be carried by AT&T which has LTE connectivity, a 4.55-inch 720p display, and a 13 megapixel camera on the back. If that wasn't enough, this device is set to be Sony Ericsson's "big push" into the United States with a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, and will more than likely be revealed at CES 2012. This leak comes in two bits, one of them in an "End Product Detail" one-sheet from what appears to be deep inside Sony Ericsson, the other a set of 13 megapixel photos taken with the device's camera.

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Iomega launches eGo Mac Edition portable HDD

Iomega launches eGo Mac Edition portable HDD

Iomega today announced a new eGo Mac Edition Portable Hard Drive that rounds out its 2011 Mac-oriented hard drive lineup. The device is sleek with an industrial look and minimlist styling that will complement your other Apple products. It's also very compact for easy traveling and is built tough enough to withstand a drop up to seven feet off the ground. The portable HDD comes in 500GB and 1TB capacities.

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DIY Android MegaPad is 23-inches of touchscreen glory

DIY Android MegaPad is 23-inches of touchscreen glory

For decades now in science fiction films and stories, it's been basically a norm for screens of all types, shapes, sizes, and interfaces, to be home to touch-screen functionality. One of the more popular places gigantic touchscreens appeared relatively recently in film was the sci-fi classic Minority Report - so popular was this film, in fact, that any time you see a monstrous transparent touch-sensitive display here on the web, the film's name wont be far behind. What we've got today that's right along those lines is a relatively giant (23-inches, in this case) display that works not just with touch interaction, but with Android to boot!

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Iomega Mac Companion Hard Drive Hands-on [Video]

Iomega Mac Companion Hard Drive Hands-on [Video]

This week we're getting all sorts of opportunities to get our hands on some soon to be released products from various companies, the latest of which is the Iomega Mac Companion Hard Drive. We spoke about this hard drive back at the beginning of August noting that its uniqueness lied in both its ability to sit perfectly nicely under the newest series of iMac Core i5 devices as well as its unique new ability to charge your iPad and other Apple devices as it worked to keep your main computer unit free from clutter.

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Epson MegaPlex Projectors provide big screen viewing for iPod, iPhone, and iPad

Epson MegaPlex Projectors provide big screen viewing for iPod, iPhone, and iPad

Epson has launched a pair of new projectors that are aimed at the users of Apple iOS gear like the iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad. The new projectors are both in the MegaPlex line and there are two models. The two models include the MG-850HD and the MG-50. Both of the projectors share some of the same features. Both of them have a rear dock where the Apple gear sits to send the video out to a much larger screen.

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