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USB Mixa Tape brings back the cassette (sort of)

USB Mixa Tape brings back the cassette (sort of)

Flash drives aren't known for being exactly good looking. I mean, they're usually just a stick that plugs into your computer. But the USB Mixa Tape isn't your typical flash drive.

In fact, for a fun twist on this tech necessity, the USB Mixa Tape is in the shape of an old cassette tape. It has a flip out USB port on the side that easily plugs into your computer. It has a 1 GB capacity, so it's perfect for storing documents on the go in a fun and interesting format.

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Bio-Degradable Flash Drives for A Green Future?

Bio-Degradable Flash Drives for A Green Future?

I read something interesting yesterday that got me thinking about technology and its effect on the environment, again. I saw a post over at Gizmodo about bio-degradable flash drives and how they are a positive step toward reducing e-waste. And while this is certainly a step in the right direction, isn't it a bit misleading?

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Samsung profits up 37% from buoyant LCD and cellphone sales

Samsung profits up 37% from buoyant LCD and cellphone sales

Samsung has announced its financial performance figures for the past quarter, and it's been a healthy three months for the Korean company. Beating analyst forecasts, profit rose 37-percent, with the well-performing LCD and mobile communications arms of the company coming to the rescue of the ailing DRAM flash memory business. For the past five quarters DRAM has dropped in price, to just 90-percent of their initial value; Samsung and analysts alike now expect the division to turn the corner by the end of the next quarter.

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