Could all the fuss about solid-state drives for laptops be a flash in the pan?
Bill Watkins, chief executive of Seagate Technology, the world’s biggest hard drive maker, thinks it is, but then he has every reason to want flash drives in notebook PCs to flop.
We recently noted that this blog was no longer accessible in China, and wondered aloud why Beijing’s shadowy censors had seen fit to target ft.com. Well, we should probably have looked a little more closely at our blog setup. FT Tech Blog actually resides on servers run by blog host company Typepad, and it is access to Typepad that is being blocked by the Great Firewall see here.
So there’s no reason to believe it was something we said that got us blocked – and rather than the target of some of China’s increasingly sophisticated and targetted censorship, we are merely among the many victims of a rather blunt instrument of internet control. Not that that is much comfort, of course.