A US Company has started an iPod upgrading service that can expand an iPod to 240GB – or 48,000 tracks.
Apple’s largest iPod is the 120GB classic which allows up to 24,000 tracks to be stored.
Japan-based Infinity Storage Media has launched the first Blu-ray / DVD hybrid disc.
The disc sports a single-layer of Blu-ray (25GB) on one side and a conventional dual-layer DVD (8.5GB) on the other.
It wasn’t THAT long ago that anything over 1GB of storage in a Flash drive was considered impressive.
Now Kingston Technology has launched its new DataTraveler 150, a 64GB USB Flash drive.
This supercedes last month’s offering – a mere 32GB – as the largest in the outfit’s entire DataTraveler line.
Managed dedicated hosting provider, SingleHop, has announced that it has completed a free of charge, memory upgrade program.
Over 900 SingleHop customers had less than 2 GB of RAM in their servers when the program commenced in July 2008.