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Portal 2 brings Steam’s cross-computer gaming to PS3

04/14/2011, How will Valve’s Portal 2 be different on PlayStation 3 as opposed to on the Xbox 360? For one thing, it’ll have built-in Steam support – the online social gaming network and digital distribution service that’s been a huge hit on...

Microsoft reveals more Windows Intune details

04/11/2011, In case you’re in the dark – Microsoft recently released a cloud-based PC management service, Windows Intune, and to appease the folks who’ve wanted to find out more about the service, they’ve updated their Windows Intune FAQ and put...

AVG LiveKive: yet another cloud backup system

04/07/2011, AVG has just launched LiveKive, a cloud-drive system that’s like Dropbox and pretty much every other cloud storage service out there. Even though AVG is fashionably late to the party, it has picked up important tips from its competitors and has...

HP ePrint-enabled printers support Google Cloud Print

03/31/2011, HP has just announced that Google Cloud Print users can print directly to any of their ePrint-enabled printers through a supported app from any computer or smartphone. With the use of an HP ePrint-enabled printer, you can now print work on the go i.e. a...

Amazon reported to be in negotiations for Cloud Player licenses

03/31/2011, After launching without the consent of record labels, Amazon has decided to get its legal issues in order and has been reported to taking steps to obtain the needed licenses for Cloud Player. Due to their gung-ho actions, they’ve managed to become...

Amazon in hot soup over Cloud Player

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...

Amazon launches Cloud Player

03/29/2011, It looks like Amazon has beat Apple and Google to the punch, by launching its cloud-based music player today. Aptly called Cloud Player, the service follows similar offers by smaller companies such as mSpot and AudioBox – by giving folks some storage...

MobileMe to become cheaper

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...

Cloud blimps to offer shade for World Cup 2022

03/25/2011, The very idea of holding the World Cup in the middle of the desert when the year 2022 rolls around isn’t too smart, but now that that’s done and over with, it is time to take the next 10 years by its horns and start solving whatever questions...

Sony PlayStation online storage to be announced

03/09/2011, Sony will be announcing today that their online storage service will be made available to all PlayStation Plus subscribers (the $49/year premium service). Plus subscribers will be able to save their games online instead of their machines, freeing up...

VMware View Client for iPad

03/09/2011, VMware has released VMware View, a new client for iPad that lets users access their virtual Windows  systems from the iPad. Aimed mainly at (large?) businesses, the new client would allow iPad users to run Windows applications on a remote server, from an...

Google Music Sync working on rooted Android phones

03/07/2011, The folks over at XDA-developers have managed to get Google’s upcoming Music Sync service working on their rooted Android phones. After getting their hands on the Honeycomb music player and replacing the default player found on their phones,...

Apple Cloud Strategy for Music?

02/25/2011, Apple’s own files have hinted at a Free MobileMe in the past and Steve Jobs himself said that MobileMe would get a “lot better” in 2011. At this point, it looks like it’s going to happen as MobileMe packages are said to be removed...

Founder of MP3.com plans to launch Digital Audio Recorder.fm

02/24/2011, Yesterday, Michael Robertson, the founder of MP3.com announced that he will be launching a new online service called Digital Audio Recorder.fm or DAR.fm. If you know what DVR (Digital Video Recording) is, you’re halfway there – just take it to the...