server

  • NSA Reportedly Intercepts And Alters Routers And Servers Exported From U.S. To Facilitate Surveillance

    NSA Reportedly Intercepts And Alters Routers And Servers Exported From U.S. To Facilitate Surveillance

    A new report from NSA leak story breaker Glenn Greenwald claims the U.S.-based National Security Agency actually intercepts and alters routers and server hardware exported from the U.S. to implant them with surveillance tools to facilitate spying on international users. The source of the report is a June 2010 document from the NSA’s Access and Target Development department, which… Read More

  • VIA launches their wee server, the M'SERV

    VIA launches their wee server, the M'SERV

    VIA just launched their latest little computer, the M’SERV S2100. Designed for the small business and home user, the M’SERV uses a VIA 64-bit processor with support for DDR2 and SATA. Read More

  • Winner of the HP MediaSmart Server Giveaway

    Winner of the HP MediaSmart Server Giveaway

    A big congrats goes out out to┬áRyan Cello for winning the MediaSmart Server from our random drawing. Everyday I wake up and do a search for the HP mediasmart home server in hopes that I will find a great christmas deal. I feel like I am in a pit of quicksand and am slowly loosing the battle with my digital media. Between mp3’s flacs’ jpegs, avi’s mp4’s and 4 computers… Read More

  • Server SSD hard drives coming from Samsung

    Server SSD hard drives coming from Samsung

    Give your server a shot in the arm with a Samsung Server SSD drive. The 32 and 64GB hard drives were designed to hit lightning fast 100MB/s in reading and 80MB/s during reading speeds. No word on individual pricing, but you can pick up an HP ProLiant Blade server with these drives right now. BTW, if you do get one of these drives, how about making a similar video to this one with your new… Read More

  • Lexar Media Announces Crucial DDR3 RDIMM Memory Modules

    Lexar Media Announces Crucial DDR3 RDIMM Memory Modules

    Lexar today announced the immediate availability of Crucial DDR3 RDIMM memory modules. Designed to support users as they transition to upcoming next-generation server platforms, the modules expand upon Lexar’s Crucial line. The DDR3-1066MHz and DDR3-1333MHz ECC (error detection and correction) RDIMM modules for next-gen server platforms are available in 1GB and 2GB capacities. Read More

  • $1.4 Million IBM Server Falls Off Forklift

    $1.4 Million IBM Server Falls Off Forklift

    D’oh! Some genius at a warehouse didn’t properly secure a server to a forklift and it fell off while it was being loaded into a truck. Federal contractor T.R. Systems’ employees must have really been dicking around, because had they known a $1.4 million server was just wrecked, I’m sure a few of them would be running in the other direction. So how did it happen? Read More

  • Keyspan Announces USB Server

    Keyspan Announces USB Server

    Keyspan has announced they’re shipping the USB 2.0 Server. The server is compatible with Macs and PCs to allow access to two USB devices over a LAN or Wi-Fi. It serves as a USB print server and extender. It’s compatible with virtually any USB-enabled device like a digital camera, printer and scanner among many other things. You can even remotely monitor ink and paper levels. Read More

  • DIY iBook Server Booklet

    DIY iBook Server Booklet

    My old Powerbook G4 had a busted display, a missing battery, and a broken keyboard and mouse. I sold it for parts for about $200 after using it as an external hard drive for a while, but now I wish I had done what this guy whipped up. Jonas had an old 500Mhz iBook all busted up, so he took out the battery and optical drive and turned it into a working server. The iBook is placed inside a… Read More