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Apple iCloud finally revealed

06/06/2011, After months of speculation and rumors, Apple has finally unveiled iCloud to the world. Touted as a replacement for MobileMe, iCloud is designed to make life easy for users to keep all their devices in sync. Be it their iPhone, iPad or Mac computer –...

What’s Next for Cloud Computing? Find Out at Structure 2011.

05/31/2011, Ubergizmo community members register now and receive $100 off your ticket and a free report from GigaOM Pro on cloud and infrastructure. Structure will be held in San Francisco, June 22nd & 23rd. This year, we will be looking at the next wave of...

Soonr now lets your tablet edit Microsoft Office files on the go

05/19/2011, If you’re fond of doing your office work on your tablet, but wish that instead of just Google Docs or Quick Office, you could work with Microsoft Office instead – you’re in luck. While there is no tablet version of Microsoft Office yet,...

San Francisco on cloud (nine) with Microsoft

05/19/2011, Microsoft and San Francisco have agreed and signed a contract which will see cloud services being introduced to 23,000 or so municipal employees. This transition to Microsoft Exchange Online will be done in a continuous phase over the next year, where...

Addonics NAS 3.0 Adapter lets you run your own cloud network

05/17/2011, Tired of having to rely on third party solutions for cloud storage? Unsatisfied with their uptime, security or policies? Well, you don’t have to worry no more. The folks over at Addonics Technologies have just announced the third generation of their...

VMWare Horizon App Manager

05/17/2011, VMWare, one of the main force behind cloud computing, has realized that having people use many different services in the enterprise does create some unique challenges. They can be as obvious as remembering many passwords, or as difficult as creating...

Dropbox isn’t as safe as you thought

05/13/2011, It has been reported that Dropbox, one of the most popular cloud storage options available, has been charged with an FTC complaint. Apparently the promises of keeping your files encrypted and secure on their servers are a lie, according to Christopher...

RIM purchases Tungle, looks set to lay calendar ghost to rest

04/28/2011, One of the major gripes of early reviews concerning the BlackBerry PlayBook would be the lack of a dedicated calendar, but it seems that Research In Motion (RIM) has decided to remedy that after picking up the cloud-based, cross-platform, calendar...

Apple rumored to eventually charge for iTunes Cloud service

04/26/2011, Last week we reported that Apple’s cloud music service was rumored to be nearing completion and this week, more details about the service have started surfacing. Rumors are now saying that Apple’s music service will probably start free of...

Google working together with Spotify to launch music service?

04/22/2011, In the latest twist of events in the cloud-music business - Google might be partnering with an existing service to power their Google Music service. As previous rumors have stated – Google’s talks didn’t go down to well with the music...

Apple’s cloud iTunes to launch ahead of Google Music?

04/21/2011, After last week’s reports of Google’s Music service moving backwards in negotiations instead of forward, it looks like Apple will be surpassing the search engine giant in the race to launch a cloud music service. According to an exclusive...

Microsoft Office 365 now public beta

04/18/2011, Microsoft has just announced the public release of the Office 365 beta. Designed with large corporations and businesses in mind, Microsoft Office 365 isn’t aimed at replacing Google Docs for the average home user, but for companies that need to work...

HP TouchPad might get cloud music service

04/17/2011, Word on the street has it that HP might just be working on new music and movie stores that will target webOS-powered devices, including the soon-to-come HP TouchPad tablet. Known as the HP Music Store and HP Movie Store, this is just leaked information,...

Google Music botched?

04/15/2011, According to the latest report from All Things D, we might not be seeing Google Music being released – at least any time soon or in its originally intended form. Apparently the search engine giant’s negotiation with music labels are now...