11/01/2011, Online backup service Carbonite has just released new features this morning which includes backups for external drives, to the cloud and to an external drive – to create a snapshot of your own disk. Finally, there’s a Courier Recovery service that delivers huge quantities of data at your doorstep. If you don’t know Carbonite, it has been created an as online automated backup service with a simple idea. The founders […]
10/26/2011, CloudBeat 2011 — taking place November 30 – December 1 in Redwood City, CA — will be different from existing cloud conferences. Using a customer-centric approach (rather than vendor-centric), on 12 case studies, where we’ll dissect the most disruptive examples across all layers of the cloud. These customer case studies will highlight the core components of the cloud revolution: security, collaboration, analytics, mobile usage, increased productivity, and integration. Ubergizmo readers […]
10/20/2011, Storing your data and information on the cloud seems to be the popular thing to do these days, and gaming peripherals manufacturer Razer also jumps aboard the bandwagon, introducing Razer Synapse 2.0 Beta as the world’s first cloud-based storage for personalized gaming settings. You are able to sign up here if you are interested, but do read on to find out more about Synapse.
10/06/2011, Microsoft already has a solid foothold in the gaming industry, with gaming PCs running on Windows, console gamers with the Xbox 360, and a number of users gaming with their Windows Phone devices, but it looks like the company is ready to take it another step further. According to reports online, Microsoft is rumored to be launching a new service, similar to OnLive, which will let users play Xbox 360 […]
09/29/2011, If you’re sick of having to plug and unplug various hard drives and thumb drives from your computer, and you would like a more wireless/cloud storage based system set up in your own home, LaCie has debuted their LaPlug, which is essentially LaCie’s answer to the PogoPlug, so if you’re looking for an alternative solution, perhaps the LaPlug might have something different to offer you.
09/28/2011, Got an Android phone and a data plan to waste? Why not stream your music instead of transferring them to your SD card? The folks over at Software Development Solutions Inc. have just announced the launch of Jamcast Player, a streaming client app exclusively for Android devices. Jamcast consists of two apps: Jamcast Server and Jamcast Player. Jamcast Server is used on your home computer to set up a private […]
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 […]
09/20/2011, When you come across YouTube videos, we’re sure that there are some amateur made ones that look incredibly professional, and you probably wonder how on earth did they do that? So you whip out Windows Movie Maker or iMovie in an attempt to recreate something similar, but there’s just something missing and you can’t put your finger on it. Well fret no more as Magisto has just debuted their video […]
09/15/2011, There are a couple of music cloud services available or soon-to-be available. As far as the big names are concerned, you have Google Music and the soon-to-be launched iTunes Match by Apple. With the never-ending Android versus iOS debate going on, if you don’t want to have to take sides, perhaps TriPlay’s MyMusicCloud might be a music cloud service alternative you could look into.
09/13/2011, If you’ve got photos stored all over the place and you wish that you had an easy way to access all of them from one location, you’re in luck. Everpix seems to have the answer for you. Speaking at the recent TechCrunch Disrupt, the folks at Everpix presented its service that helps collect and organize all your photographs and stores it in one location (on the cloud or on your […]
09/07/2011, When editing your photos, sometimes manual syncing may cause you to forget to transfer the latest copy from your computer onto your smartphone or tablet, or from desktop to laptop, but thanks to Adobe’s just announced Carousel photo editing and sharing application, those embarrassing moments when you realize your laptop does not have the latest/updated file may be a thing of the past.
08/30/2011, Ford has announced the Ford Evos, a Hybrid sedan concept car that is constantly connected to the cloud. While it is only a concept at the moment, it is -mostly- based on ideas and technologies that can be achievable in the near-future. For instance, having a constant connection between the car and the Internet is merely a cost issue, not a technological one. In Ford’s vision, the Evos knows everything […]
08/29/2011, VMWare has a mobile solution that may finally bridge the gap between IT managers and users. It is well known that IT departments usually don’t like to support an array of heterogeneous devices, and it is not a surprise that “business phones” are not really what employees want these days. The status-quo is a choice between two handsets (and two plans) or one that is “uncool”, or at least not […]
08/23/2011, Last week, Adobe wrote an interesting blog post discussing about the results of a question it asked its Facebook fans. The company had asked them about how they manage and back up their photo collections, which basically lead to a wave of responses that included answers like backing up on Flickr, stored on external hard disks, and DVDs. It then went on to ask people about whether they have pushed […]