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“The disk-drive unit was formed after the Japanese company in 2003 paid about $2 billion for the hard-drive business of International Business Machines Corp.”
“I think I have close to one thousand ebooks on my hard-drive b/c of GB!”
“Japan's industrial giants are becoming serious about streamlining their sprawling portfolios, as evidenced by Hitachi's planned $4.3 billion divestiture of its hard-drive business.”
“As part of his plea, Mr. Longoria, of San Antonio, said he provided confidential information to Primary Global clients about hard-drive maker Western Digital Corp.'s business with Dell Inc. while working at Western Digital in 2006.”
“They said that Assange said it consists of e-mails from the hard-drive of a Bank of America executive's computer and that the latest messages are dated sometime in 2006.”
“One of the great features of the WD TV Live Hub is that it's also a 1 TB hard-drive, which should come as no surprise considering that it's made by Western Digital.”
“Instead, that kind of money gets spent on Green Lantern ($200 million just for production) and Transformers films ($200 million-plus for the new one), to pay for the kind of hard-drive memory and computing power that was unimaginable a decade ago.”
“After five years, it needed a new hard-drive but I have not had to replace anything else so far.”
“Its hard-drive containing the rule book tweaked for clarity.”
“About a quarter of the world's hard-drive output is under water, driving up prices of computers and other high-tech equipment.”
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