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The WD brand is most closely associated with hard drives, but the company is embracing solid-state storage in a huge way. After launching a whole range of internal SATA and PCIe SSDs, the company has turned its attention to the portable market. The new My Passport SSD complements the recently redesigned My Passport line of 2.5-inch hard drives...
At first glance, creme brulee seems simple: It has a short ingredient list and can be made in a few steps. Beneath the surface, however, there’s a lot happening! Understanding the techniques needed to create creme brulee will help make your next batch a success. What is Crème Brûlée? At its most basic, creme brulee is a creamy, pudding-like, baked custard...
Hundreds of people attended a vigil for the 17 victims of Wednesday's school shooting in Florida. The Thursday night vigil began with a moment of silence for those slain at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. Audible sobs rose from the crowd as the names of victims were read. Dressed in the school's colours, some held flowers while others...
IN 1996 Alan Greenspan began asking why the flashy information technology spreading across America seemed not to be lifting productivity. He was not the first to wonder. A decade earlier Robert Solow, a Nobel prizewinner, famously remarked that computers were everywhere but in the statistics. But Mr Greenspan was uniquely positioned, as the chairman of the Federal Reserve,...
Markus Schairer of Austria is heading home for treatment after breaking his neck in a frightening crash during the Olympic men's snowboard cross quarter-finals Thursday in Pyeongchang. Source link