A Printer for the iPad

Walt answers a reader’s question on finding a printer for the iPad.

Sending Music to the Cloud

Walt answers readers’ technology questions, including uploading music to Apple’s iTunes Match cloud service.


Is Flash Memory the Way to Go for Storage Start-Ups?

There’s near universal agreement that flash will replace hard disk drives in enterprise storage, but it’s not clear if it’s a new feature for established vendors or a disruptive opportunity to build a new, lasting company.

Flash Madness Part 3: Pure Storage Comes Out of Stealth

The summer that flash memory began to transform the data center continues as Pure Storage unleashes an all-flash storage array.

The Satellite: Extra Storage for Tablets on the Go

Seagate Technology’s GoFlex Satellite is a portable hard disk that carries big storage capacity for your tablet by creating a local Wi-Fi network.
Seagate GoFlex Satellite

In and Out Of Office: Putting iPads To Work

A brief primer on how to get such documents into and out of an iPad, and how to view, edit and create them on the tablet.
Putting iPads to Work

Internet Access in Hotel Rooms

Walt answers readers’ questions on Internet access in hotel rooms, getting more hard-drive space and what to do with duplicate digital photos.

Second-Edition iPad–Worth the Wait?

Walt answers readers’ questions on the second edition iPad, printer sharing and freeing up hard-drive space on a Mac.

What’s In Store for Technology in 2011

Walt looks at the products and competitive positions of key contenders as they enter a new year.


Investor Jitters a Factor in Failed Seagate Deal

A few years ago, former Seagate Technology PLC Chief Executive Bill Watkins made an analogy comparing the hard-disk industry to Rodney Dangerfield. “I think it’s unfair not to respect a commodity,” Watkins told Newsweek in 2007. “There’s a tremendous amount of technology in this commodity.”

Wiping Hard Drives

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