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Date: 2006-08-28
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Seagate 750GB Pushbutton backup hard drive
External USB/FireWire hard drive
The Seagate 750GB pushbutton backup hard drive is an external USB 2.0/FireWire drive solution targeted at those who need access to large capacity hard drives for backup and storage in a portable solution. The Seagate 750GB features a 3.5-inch Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 family hard drive in its 7.125 D x6.5 W x 2.25 H enclosure. The drive spins at 7200RPM and feature 16MB cache.

Google releases package of applications for businesses, includes mail and chat

Gmail is headed for the office _ officially.

Digital Anarchy Data Animator
Breathe life into boring charts
PowerPoint presentations that are not handled with care are some of the most boring events that transpire in our lives. While they may be a great cure for insomnia, losing your audience halfway through a presentation on the shrinking population of the North African Pygmy Woohoo, will not get support for the cause. Instead of using worn out charts, Digital Anarchys Data Animator allows you to create dynamic animated charts and graphs with ease.

The Power of Hybrid Application Security Analysis
Increasing the Reliability of Security Testing Results
Security testing should be a combination of analysis techniques, using both source code analysis and dynamic analysis. This combination approach, known as hybrid analysis, produces the accurate and reliable security information that developers need to assess the security of their code.

Speedy Mac Pro beats Dell on price
It`s time to think different. Again
For years, Macintosh computers have been praised for their cool looks and elegant simplicity while being knocked for often carrying a hefty price premium over Windows-based machines sold by Dell Inc. and others.


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