Seagate 2009 Notebook/Laptop Articles

Popular Seagate Articles for 2009

Seagate BlackArmor NAS 420 Review

Network attached storage, in a nutshell, is the idea of making hard drives available through a network connection. Despite solid state drives taking the spotlight in recent months, rotating magnetic[...]

Seagate suffering massive failure rates on Barracuda 7200.11 drives?

The Inquirer is reporting that Seagate's flagship Barracuda desktop drives are experiencing massive failure rates. Apparently, there is faulty microcode installed on the drives that occasionally results in the[...]

Seagate Stole HD Technologies from MIT?

Seagate, you naughty hard drive manufacturer, you. It seems like there have been some shady goings-on at the organization. An MIT spin-off called Convolve is suing them (again) for[...]

Seagate introduces Time Machine-esque backup for Windows users

Time Machine and the associated storage is one of the big pluses to Mac OS X; backing up critical data becomes easy and simple. Seagate has gone and introduced[...]

Seagate unveils new SATA 6Gb/s hard drive

Seagate is showing that SSDs aren't the only game in town by being the first release a new hard drive that follows the next-generation SATA3 standard. While the new drive[...]

Seagate cuts 10% of its workforce

Seagate cuts 10% of its workforce