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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...

Mirage Media Server ensures you have music everywhere you go

02/08/2011, Autonomic Controls Inc has just announced the release of their cloud-based media server the Mirage Media Server (MMS-2). It is basically a server that automatically pulls music from your PC, Mac or network storage device and stores it online. Users can...

MyFunambol is like MobileMe for BlackBerry

02/03/2011, If you’re the kind of person who’s always forgetting to update your BlackBerry or computer whenever you have a new appointment and wished it could be done automatically like MobileMe, but for BlackBerry instead – well you’re in luck....

Londoners benefit from 15 minutes of free Cloud Wi-Fi

01/31/2011, Do you happen to live in the bustling city of London? Well, for those who want to leech off free Wi-Fi connections can always look forward to The Cloud’s Wi-Fi service that offers a 15 minutes per day free scheme from next month onwards. No idea on...

PlayStation to save to the cloud

01/28/2011, Sony has just informed their developers that the PlayStation 3 will have a new feature – the ability to save games on the cloud. If you’re unfamiliar with the cloud, think of online services like Gmail or Hotmail – they store your emails on...

Sony unhappy with mSpot and other music locker services

01/24/2011, Could digital music locker services be targeted by music labels in the near future? It certainly seems that way at the moment as Sony Music Entertainment isn’t too happy with services such as mSpot, claiming that “We are very uncomfortable with a...

PogoPlug Video Announced

01/06/2011, [CES 2011] Cloud Engines, the company behind PogoPlug, has announced PogoPlug Video, a new version of the PogoPlug software that can stream video to any connected device – without requiring video conversion or uploads. For instance, PogoPlug can...

Dropcam Echo Review

11/30/2010, With the explosion of storage and bandwidth, web surveillance camera usage has grown at a fast pace. For years, webcams have been able to send snapshots of a subject that entered into a protected zone, and more recently, some could also capture video...

Africa Rural Connect updated

11/09/2010, The National Peace Corps Association (NPCA) has gone through months of beta testing and technical revisions on their updated version of Africa Rural Connect (ARC), a program which was specially conceived by the NPCA last year so that folks around the...

NTT Japan Offers A USB Box To Share With The Cloud

10/18/2010, The N-Transfer black box from Japan might not seem impressive at first, but it functions similar to the Pogoplug. The device allows users to plug in their USB 2.0 storage devices, scanners and printers, connecting them to the cloud without the need for a...

Google Steps Up Its Effort To Launch Google Music

07/26/2010, Word is that Google is stepping up its effort to get its Google Music service out before the year is over, and the company’s Android lead, Andy Rubin, is already in accelerated discussions with the Harry Fox Agency in order to access at least 27,000...

Google Cloud Print: A New Approach To Printing

04/16/2010, It’s hardly surprising that Google is very much in love with cloud computing, and now the search engine giant has unveiled Google Cloud Print, which is Google’s way of getting around all your printing woes. With Google’s method, instead...

MightyMeeting: Share Presentations over iPhone and iPad

03/31/2010, [DEMO Spring 2010] MightyMeeting launched its application for iPad at DEMO last week, it allows users to start or join Web meetings, show presentation and share content, directly from their mobile phones or their iPads. The MightyMeeting native...