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Google Chromebook Pixel High-End Laptop Launched

02/21/2013, Google just announced its new high-end computer called Chromebook Pixel, which is aimed at “everyone” (including the “enthusiast” market), and we got a chance to check it out this morning. If you are unfamiliar with Google’s...

SurDoc Offers Unlimited Cloud Storage At CES 2013

01/09/2013, [CES 2013] Ever heard of SurDoc before? Neither have I, so for those of us who are in the dark, SurDoc prides itself in being a leader in cloud storage and document technologies. In fact, at CES this year, SurDoc has every intention to demonstrate their...

Dell Wyse Cloud Connection Device (Project Ophelia)

01/08/2013, Dell has just announced a cloud connection device that has been codenamed Project Ophelia, where this solution intends to extend the value of cloud client computing, bringing it to the next level so that folks are able to better manage the increasing...

Chicago Signs Four-Year Services Deal With Microsoft

01/03/2013, In an effort to modernize the city of Chicago’s digital infrastructure, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced today that he has signed a four-year deal with Microsoft to help improve the city’s office operations while saving over $400,000 per year. The...

FileLocker delivers encrypted cloud storage

11/13/2012, Storing your data on the cloud sounds like a novel idea, and many of us do already work from the cloud itself – but the thing is, just how secure is our data there? Perhaps the introduction of the FileLocker encrypted cloud storage would help...

Google: Cloud is more energy efficient

06/18/2012, We all know that times are tough at the moment – very tough economically, as well as politically in other countries. Well, companies will also need to figure out creative methods of saving money to make the bottomline look better in their annual...

Sony: Cloud is “absolutely inevitable”

06/18/2012, When it comes to the world of video games, the current generation saw a quantum leap in terms of innovativeness – the Nintendo Wii definitely ushered in a new wave of gaming with the Wiimote, and High Definition gaming became the buzzword for many...

GeForce Grid To Accelerate Cloud-Based Gaming Rendering

05/15/2012, GeForce Grid is described by NVIDIA has a cloud gaming platform which is a “gaming-as-a-service” product which lets developer address a larger market by executing games on remote servers and stream them to all kinds of devices (laptop,...

NVIDIA’s Kepler GPU Supports Cloud Environments

05/15/2012, NVIDIA has just announced at its GTC conference that the NVIDIA Kepler* graphics processor (GPU) has been designed to support virtualized environments which are the basis of cloud computing. GPUs are traditionally very hard to integrate in a virtual...

Microsoft SkyDrive pushed for free

05/07/2012, We did talk about the Microsoft SkyDrive in the past, where users who want to use the service for free have 7GB of storage space, and here we are with the latest push – and one of SkyDrive’s main marketing lines would be this, “When you...

Free Amazon Cloud Drive desktop app

05/02/2012, “Cloud” is a pretty big buzzword these days when it comes to the world of computers. After all, how many of us would like to obtain as much digital storage space as possible, and sometimes, download entire movies from a different location...

Adobe Creative Cloud and CS6 Suite

04/22/2012, Today Adobe officially launched its Creative Cloud and CS6 Suite. We have published about Creative Cloud when it was announced in October 2011, on the day Adobe launched its Touch Apps suite, a collection of creative application for Android tablets. After...