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SkyDrive for Android v1.1 now available, update brings SD card file uploads and more

Microsoft has detailed the latest SkyDrive updates. These include changes to both the desktop and mobile apps. The Android app has been updated with new features and on the desktop ...
by Robert NelsonNovember 16, 20122

Where the Internet Lives: Google gives us a look inside their data centers

Google did yesterday something they have never done before. They allowed the general public to see what it is like inside one of their data centers. This means that they got a look at ...
by Brendan LynchOctober 18, 20122

Style Jukebox: Cloud-driven music syncing convenience

Having a mobile device means that you can take your work with you when you step out of the house, read your latest RSS feeds when you’re on vacation, and stay connected ...
by Dan EvansSeptember 27, 20125

Qualcomm says 90% of smartphones will be cloud-connected by 2013

Qualcomm says that nine out of 10 smarpthones will be connected to the cloud by 2013. These figures constitute personal cloud services, meaning you are likely to have photos, files and ...
by J. Angelo RacomaSeptember 13, 20124

OfficeDrop: Capturing documents, scanning PDF files, and sharing them in the cloud

Before cloud technology and online collaboration were possible, file sharing and collaborating were a nightmare. Sure, you could email files to your group mates or ...
by Dan EvansJuly 16, 20122

Cloud gaming shake up: Sony acquires Gaikai, integrates OnLive on its upcoming Google TV

There are two important cloud gaming services right now: OnLive and Gaikai. And it seems that Sony wants to integrate both of them into their current and future ...
by LucianJuly 2, 2012

Dropbox introduces video streaming feature for Android 4.0

A big point of consternation for consumers considering the HTC One X as their next smartphone was the lack of an expandable memory storage option. While some explained ...
by Ankit BanerjeeJune 11, 20123

Google Drive expected to launch today. What competitors have to say about it

Yang and Yun/Flickr If you’ve been paying a close watch on the reports on Google’s cloud storage service, the fabled Google Drive, you are probably aware of the rumors ...
by Bams SadewoApril 24, 20121

Samsung S-Cloud to be unveiled alongside the Galaxy S3 on May 3?

While a few Android manufacturers have established partnerships to take their devices into the cloud era (like HTC did with Dropbox), others, such as ASUS and Apple, decided ...
by Ankit BanerjeeApril 21, 2012

Google Drive to debut next week, free 5GB storage

It seems Google is ready to take the lid off its cloud storage service, Google Drive, in the following days. The Next Web reports that they have received a draft release from ...
by Bams SadewoApril 17, 20121
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