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Friday, February 11, 2005  

| MP3Tunes. No DRM.

| 1TB disks (data transfer rate 40times faster than a DVD). Called Holographic Versatile Disc (HVD), the technology is being promoted by a consortium of six companies. Seen as a possible successor to Blu-ray and HD-DVD.

"If history is an indication, consumers will fill the disc up. High-definition broadcasting and gaming are also expected to add a heavy burden to existing home storage systems because of the size of the files. Two hours of HD programming takes up about 15GB to 25GB."

posted by pradeep | Permalink | (3)


thats how economy works. never stagnate. update the hardware, software and the applications as well.
illana pozhudu eppadi pogum :)

By Blogger saranyan, at 10:42 AM 


Else this would have been our Home PC.

[funny, although a hoax]

By Blogger pradeep, at 5:33 PM 

The foto was really funny.
1TB disk....hmm we'll get data to fill it up.

By Blogger JaganLee, at 4:22 PM 

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