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MicroBix may be the world’s first micro-floppy disk
The MicroBix project team announced last month their products
The MicroBix project team announced last month their products’ achievement of a universal standard, the global micro floppy disk for digital storage. MicroBix disks are able to store information for individuals as well as industrial and manufacturing enterprises. MicroBix’s design promises to be universal and applicable throughout the world. MicroBix and its team of scientists have even taken the initiative to create an online store to sell MicroBix devices worldwide.
Though the MicroBix project is a few years old, the team has a background in manufacturing in electronics, software, and hardware, said Billy Coble, MicroBix project leader.
Some of MicroBix’s technical features include:
• A micro floppy disk, or a microBix, is about the size of a US quarter with a capacity of several megabytes. It is the size of a credit card and weighs about one-hundredth of a gram.
• The micro floppy disks allow faster data access due to the fact that the data is not stored on a solid surface like a hard drive, but rather on the media itself.
• The micro floppy disk uses the same magnetic storage technology as hard drives and is therefore compatible with most data storage devices.
• The media is made of the same plastic as CDs and DVDs, and can be re-written many times over.
• The media is archivable, making it possible to store data indefinitely.
• The storage technology is non-volatile, meaning it does not require constant power to be accessible.
• The micro floppy disk does not require special hardware to read data. It can be read by any standard PC or tablet device.
The micro floppy disks can be produced and sold by MicroBix, and do not require manufacturers of any devices to purchase additional licensing.

Enters the world of Law!
The US Patent and Trademark Office has recently revealed the trademark for “PCworld Law”.
This trademark, previously known as “PCworld Law”, was registered in December 2010 by Floram Technologies, Inc. The Washington, DC-based firm, founded in 1987, is a technology-based law firm that has had an extensive history with a number of Silicon Valley companies, including Apple, Microsoft, Yahoo, and Google.
The first listed trademark, simply called “PC eea19f52d2


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