We all know that gut-wrenching feeling of reloading a program after a crash, only to learn that hours of precious work have vanished into the ether. But if MIT computer scientists have anything to say about it, a glorious new era of crash-tolerant file systems may soon be upon us.
Fingerprints, blood spatter, muddy footprints, an errant hair. Every crime scene has its fair share of evidence. But not all of it is visible to the human eye, no matter how powerful the assisting microscope or black light. Some of the most damning evidence is mere bits and bytes.
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In the moments before "Barefoot Bandit" Colton Harris-Moore—the 19 year old accused of dozens of burglaries, car, boat and plane theft—was apprehended, he tossed a MacBook and an iPod into the sea.
According to Informationweek and Computerworld, Segate has inked a deal with Staples that will bring data recovery services to all of the retail chain's 1400 stores. The deal will allow users to reclaim their lost data from any type of digital media, regardless of brand or condition. After a free evaluation, the…
If you've accidentally deleted digital photos from a memory card, there's a way to bring them back to life. Our company cousins at Lifehacker point us to a solution that involves PC Inspector Smart Recovery from Convar, free downloadable software that dredges up those deleted images from the depths of hell and…