British company Secure Drives’ Autothysis128s and Autothysis128t are solid state drives with 128GB of storage space. The SSDs like piggy banks — once you’ve made the decision to delete the data, the drive is physically destroyed, with the NAND flash chips and security controller broken inside the drive’s enclosure.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — If you’re about to Google Jimmy Kimmel, beware.
By Noel Randewich and Bill Rigby SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Larry Ellison was the main draw for tens of thousands of technology professionals at Oracle Corp’s annual conference in San Francisco on Tuesday, where he joked about losing his name after relinquishing his role as the company’s CEO. Ellison, who this month gave up his position as chief executive of the enterprise software behemoth he co-founded 37 years ago, stuck to his tradition of delivering the main presentation at Oracle OpenWorld. Oracle surprised Wall Street on Sept. …
(Reuters) – EBay Inc agreed on Tuesday to spin off its payments unit, PayPal, in the second half of 2015, after rebuffing activist investor Carl Icahn’s proposal in January. Following are comments by eBay Chief Executive John Donahoe on PayPal spinoff since then: Jan. 22 – During fourth-quarter earnings call “PayPal and eBay make sense together for many reasons. First, eBay accelerates PayPal’s success. Second, eBay data makes PayPal smarter. And third, eBay funds PayPal’s growth.” Feb. … …read more
By Bill Rigby SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp announced its ‘Windows 10’ operating system on Tuesday to replace the largely unpopular Windows 8, skipping a number to mark a leap toward unifying the way people work on tablets, phones and traditional computers. The next version of Microsoft’s flagship product, which still runs the vast majority of personal computers and is used by 1.5 billion people worldwide, is aimed at recapturing the lucrative business market, which generally ignored the new-look Windows 8. …
Microsoft had plenty to talk about during the Windows 10 reveal event on Tuesday, from the operating system’s improved multitasking capability to the extensive preview program, but we all know that there was only one thing Windows users actually wanted to see: the Start menu. Thankfully, the classic Windows feature is making its return alongside Windows 10, but let’s take a look at how it has improved. DON’T MISS: Video: An introduction to all the new features of Windows 10 As you can see in the header image, Microsoft has plugged its Live Tiles into the Start menu on Windows 10. These tiles will be interchangeable and customizable depending on which apps, websites and contacts are most important to you.
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