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Samsung SE-208BW External CD/DVD Burner Goes Wireless

Just a few years ago, setting up a wireless home network was a relatively simple task. There was a modem, a router, and perhaps one to three computers to worry about. Today, most wireless networks include these things plus Internet-connected game consoles, Blu-ray players, tablets, smartphones, printers, and perhaps a network-attached storage (NAS) device such […]

Windows 8 To Add New Disc Burning Features

The Microsoft Corporation played a major role in pushing users towards optical CD/DVD media with the release of the Windows XP operating system in 2001. This was the first operating system to integrate CD and DVD burning features with drag-and-drop convenience. Microsoft then went on to add support for writing Blu-ray discs in Service Pack […]

What’s the Difference Between Compact Discs and MiniDiscs?

The history of audio recordings goes back a long way. From wax cylinders and reel-to-reel tapes to vinyl records and 8-track tapes, each new media format has brought with it improvements in sound quality and usability. The compact cassette introduced in the early 1960s had become the preferred format for pre-recorded music and home audio […]

How to Burn CD/DVD Discs on a Mac

If you are one of the millions of people who use an Apple computer, you may be wondering about the best way to burn your master CD and DVD discs. Whether you use a Mac, Windows, Linux, or something else entirely, creating good master discs is the first step towards a successful duplication project. What […]

Cloud Storage vs Local Storage with CD/DVD Discs

As computers, tablets, and smartphones become more prevalent in our daily lives, the question arises: how are we going to store all of our important information? This is a problem facing everyone from home users and small businesses to global companies. One way of storing information that’s generating a lot of buzz is cloud storage. […]