07/03/2013, The KeyMe service will help replace your lost keys by storing a digital copy of them in the cloud.
12/07/2011, The cloud seems to be quite a fun place to be at these days – just take a look at the number of services that are put up by different companies concerning storing your crucial and important files on the cloud, and you get an idea. Fuji Xerox has just launched a cloud service which will enable you to send, receive, share as well as print documents with your colleagues, […]
09/28/2011, So today is the day Amazon will be announcing their upcoming tablet, the Kindle Fire. Prior to Amazon announcing it officially, the company spoke to Bloomberg, revealing some details about the device.
09/22/2011, Storing your data on a flash drive is so passe these days, although there is nothing quite like knowing you can have your precious information on-hand and in-demand anytime, anywhere with a physical device, there is still the element of losing your flash drive. How about stashing away frequently accessed data and files on a cloud? That is what HTC decided to offer its users with the Dropbox service. Those […]
09/08/2011, Ubitus Inc. might not be a name that you are familiar with, but it might soon explode across the world as they are already a leader in cloud computing, with plans to roll out the first LTE cloud gaming service in the world, dubbing it the G Cloud. G Cloud will launch in October, but it seems as though Japan will be the first to enjoy such a service courtesy […]
06/21/2011, You know what they say – when it rains, it pours. It seems to be getting crowded up there as more and more companies start to work on delivering their cloud service, where you have Amazon’s Cloud Player, Google Music, and Apple’s iCloud – and now, Best Buy intends to join the fray with their Music Cloud service. Just how many ways can you name such a service with the […]
06/05/2011, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has announced that they intend to roll out the Office 365 cloud service later this June – which is a relief, since an official statement from the horse’s mouth goes a long way in killing off any forms of rumors and speculation that might just cause more confusion in the market than normal. Ballmer was at Delhi, India, speaking to an industry group last week, saying, […]
03/30/2011, mSpot has cast a cautious eye over to Amazon and their cloud-based service, and has offered 5GB of free storage to its popular cloud music service, which incidentally has more than 1.2 million downloads. This is an alternative to Amazon Cloud Drive and Amazon Cloud Player, as it will more than double what it offered previously – which is capped at 2GB. This mSpot was rolled out for the Android […]
03/29/2011, It looks like Amazon is already facing the ramifications of their barely one-day-old Cloud Player service. It has been reported that Amazon launched their cloud-based music service without obtaining the required licenses to run such a service. Obtaining these licenses have been the main hindrance to Amazon’s competitors’ cloud music services and Amazon choosing to ignore them allowed the company to beat them to the punch. While it was a […]
03/28/2011, It remains to be seen whether Apple would experience more people flocking to their MobileMe service if it were free, and perhaps Apple is testing this ground by lowering the current $99 price point to just $20 annually, at least according to the latest rumors concerning the cloud-based service. MobileMe will not stream songs like other services, instead, it will perform back-ups of individual songs that have been downloaded from […]
12/22/2010, Sony has decided to go one up against iTunes by introducing the Music Unlimited streaming service, where this cloud computing-based, digital music service will offer something different from Apple’s service. This subscription method offers users to access around 6 million songs, where they can be streamed to Sony’s Internet-connected devices including the PlayStation 3, range of PCs and Bravia TVs. Apart from that, the service has the advantage of being […]