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  • n. Plural form of terabyte.

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Examples

  • More than 100,000 people were on the company's machines, frolicking about in terabytes of music.

    The Heavenly Jukebox

  • In a world now familiar with 100 or more gigabytes of storage on a laptop, the idea of terabytes need not be too awesome.

    Very Large-Scale Data

  • Find a piece of paper wide enough for the dozens of zeros on either side of the decimal point, and, in the final tally, 5 million terabytes translates into 0.2 millionths of an ounce.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • Bohrman seems far more enamored of his glitzy mobile newsroom with its "terabytes" of video storage capacity than he is in offering us any insight into the process. "i like questions that are interesting ... well done ... that lead to differences among these candidates," he says about halfway through.

    How CNN Demeans the Internet

  • Apparently, Kipman has demoed Natal at this week's CES and revealed how this controller came to life by Microsoft collecting "terabytes" of data on people in typical gaming poses.

    DV Hardware

  • I didnt actively share content before and downloaded moderately, but you best believe I will become active now, offering all that I can and going out of my way to do so and we are talking terabytes.

    Sweden loses The Pirate Bay case

  • Sixteen terabytes may seem like an insane amount, but consider the benefit this will provide to media professionals who work with large video and audio files or architects and engineers working with 3D modeling software.

    Daily Dispatch: Car keys as potential NFC wallet; Google Shopper launched on iPhone

  • To be honest, the fact that all the pertinent information is in the hands of businesses who are generally (1) very good at recordkeeping and (2) very cooperative with the feds when necessary, means that the feds have very little interest in finding sneaky ways to acquire terabytes of data for themselves.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Concerns About Privacy In Financial Reg Bill:

  • Did you know that in 2007 the Dept of Defense computer network was hacked into and terabytes of national security data was downloaded (stolen).

    Palin slams Senate health care vote

  • None Nick Halstead , CEO of DataSift, a company that specializes in handling massive data, says the New York Stock Exchange produces one terabyte of data a day; Facebook generates in excess of 20 terabytes every day; while the CERN laboratory in Geneva produces more than 40 terabytes a day, or roughly twice the entire text content of the U.S. Library of Congress every day.

    Filtering Profits

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