Posts Tagged ‘duplicator’

8 January 2014

M-Disc Partners with Technology Giants to Transform Archival Storage Landscape

American Fork, UT (PRWEB) January 08, 2014 Millenniata, the industry pioneer responsible for M-Disc’s lifetime optical data storage capabilities, today announced partnerships with the leading optical disc drive manufacturers in the world. Samsung, LG, and LiteON optical disc drives will carry the M-Disc logo to inform customers of the included M-Technology. The adoption of M-Disc […]

7 March 2013

Bitcoin processor links web shopping carts to Amazon.com’s shipping

For retailers, it means orders paid with bitcoin are automatically sent to Amazon for shipping Amazon.com and bitcoin now have an interesting link: A popular e-commerce shopping cart for merchants can now accept bitcoin payments and move orders to Amazon for shipping. BitPay, which develops software and payment services for merchants around bitcoin, said it […]

24 August 2012

LightScribe – What is it and how it works?

When it comes to new technology if you’re not a tech savvy it might take you years before you find out of the wonders around you. LightScribe technology has been around for years but still people don’t know about it and if they ever hear of it they still ask if it comes in color. […]

23 August 2012

Google adds search traffic alerts to its SEO service

Google’s Webmaster Tools service will now notify publishers when their sites’ appearance on search results dips or spikes Google has added a feature to its Webmaster Tools search engine optimization (SEO) service that will alert publishers about sudden changes in their site’s Google results and click-throughs. In this way, publishers will be notified whenever their […]

21 August 2012

Windows 8 $14.99 Upgrade Registration Now Open

Registration for the Windows Upgrade Offer is now open for those who purchased a new qualifying Windows 7 desktop or laptop after June 2. Microsoft said via Twitter on Monday that registration for the Windows Upgrade Offer begins today, August 20. Customers who purchase a Windows 7-based desktop or laptop between June 2nd, 2012 and […]

20 August 2012

iPad Mini rumored to look like a big iPod Touch

As the chatter about an iPad Mini reaches a crescendo, new reports suggest that the tablet will look more like an oversized iPod Touch than a smaller iPad. 9to5Mac has posted several images of iPad Mini back plates from case makers, along with mockups of what the final product might look like. Instead of equal-sized […]

17 August 2012

Google adds country-specific domain registration options for Apps customers

Previously, the company could only offer generic Internet address domains like .com and .net during the Apps sign-up process Google is partnering with a new Internet registrar that will let Apps customers choose Internet domains with a country code (CC) suffix. Google has worked with registrars for years in order to offer companies signing up […]

16 August 2012

LightScribe Disc Duplicator

Hello everybody, Today we’ll continue presenting another duplicator machine, the LightScribe Disc Duplicator. Part of the same category as the Tower Duplicators, the LightScribe duplicator is the cheapest way to print designs onto a disc. Addition to the regular Duplicator, has this feature called LightScribe printing. This will help you to print your designs on […]

6 July 2012

Systor Systems M-Disc Blu-Ray Tower CD DVD Duplicator

Hello everybody, Today we will introduce a new technology in Disc Duplications, the M-Disc Blu-Ray Duplicator. First question that will pop out after you see the product will be, what is so different from the old Blu-Ray Duplicator? Well is not that different from the old one, design remain the same, same high end frame […]

20 June 2012

Google finds 9,500 new malicious Web sites a day

Google prides itself on being proactive in protecting its users from malware and other attacks (even government-sponsored ones) on the Web via its Safe Browsing API and other technologies over the past five years. In a blog post today, the company reveals the numbers behind some of its anti-malware initiatives: Google finds about 9,500 new […]

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