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Microsoft Azure customers receive 33% refund

03/12/2012, If you are a Microsoft Azure customer, then we are pleased to inform you that you would definitely be on the receiving end of a 33% refund for your cloud services where February 2012 is concerned, simply because of the leap day outage. Microsoft says that...

AppSense launches DataVault

02/21/2012, Ever heard of AppSense before? They are the leading provider of user virtualization technology, and today has just announced AppSense Labs. This research arm of the AppSense global research and development group intend to look at ways on creating new...

Samsung S-Cloud service to roll out in August?

02/21/2012, Word on the street has it that Samsung could eventually announce their S-Cloud service by the time August 2012 rolls around – at least, according to a report by ETNews. Samsung and Apple are not exactly the best of friends at the moment with...

Google Drive already enabled?

02/16/2012, It seems that Google is making positive steps towards the realization of their cloud-based storage service, where a GeekWire reader claims that Google Drive has already been activated in his Google account. What you see on the right is the original image...

AT&T introduces “Virtual Private Cloud”

02/13/2012, AT&T has just announced AT&T Synaptic Compute, where it will function as a service with VMware vCloud Datacenter Service. This is an enterprise-class cloud service that will deliver the best of both worlds, merging technologies from virtual...

DoCoMo’s cloud-based translator phone

02/13/2012, The cloud is the new place to be, and DoCoMo knows that fact, where they have just introduced a new cloud-based translator phone. That certainly sounds like a dream, especially when you want to speak to another person who does not speak the same lingo as...

Google’s Drive ready to rock and roll?

02/09/2012, Everyone seems to be taking the cloud storage route these days, and Google is not exempt. The Internet search giant has long been working on a cloud-storage service that is simply known as Drive, and assuming it takes off in a big way, it might just prove...

DragonBot is one smart toy

12/14/2011, If you’re a fan of intelligent toys, you might be in for a treat with the DragonBot. Created by researchers from MIT, Harvard and Northeastern, this robot toy features an Android phone for a “brain”, and animated eyes thanks to the...

Box for iOS gets new features & codebase

12/08/2011, Box has just announced that its iOS app has been updated, or re-built I should say, with a new code-base which makes the overall app faster and more stable, according to the company. Beyond the sheer performance, there are a new features that you may be...

Lenovo to roll out smart TV in 2012

11/30/2011, With companies like Apple and Google offering streaming of movies and video content onto the television screen, Lenovo appears to be interested in hopping aboard the bandwagon as the Chinese company has recently announced that they had plans to unveil a...

Trend Micro SafeSync Updated

11/15/2011, Trend Micro has just introduced a new version of SafeSync, a service that lets users sync and share files from their PC to their mobile devices, or with other people. This new version of SafeSync includes a new user interface (UI) which includes a drag...

Pogoplug offers free cloud storage for mobiles

11/14/2011, Pogoplug has made a name for itself when it comes to creating a personal cloud. However, it is now introducing a free cloud service for mobiles devices that isn’t hosted by users. The idea behind it is that mobile devices have a limited space, and...

TeleNav Auto 2.0 introduces a new level of in-vehicle connectivity

11/08/2011, TeleNav has just announced a new version of its automotive navigation platform – TeleNav Auto 2.0, which provides a whole new level of in-vehicle connectivity and tight integration to the phone, cloud and car. TeleNav Auto 2.0 is aimed at providing a...

Cloud Shredder keeps your files secure

11/01/2011, Making sure that your data is safe can be a tricky issue. If you leave it on your hard disk, anybody who steals your computer or hacks into it will gain access to it. If you keep it on the cloud, anybody who hacks the service or obtains your login details...