pocketcloud

All this talk about Apple’s Cloud service may have interested many of its users. But for Android users, it is actually nothing new. What’s new, however, is the new Android app called PocketCloud Explore—an app developed by Wyse Technology in order to help its users gain a remote access with their PCs and Macs. With the help of the app, you can easily search, view, or even organize your files on up to two remote computers. This can all be done through your own Android device. In a nutshell, it allows you to sync your data without having to go…

HTC partners with Dropbox

HTC users are now going to enjoy more data storage capacity, thanks to a recent tie-up between HTC and Dropbox. Today, via Facebook, HTC shared the good news to its users that Dropbox will come pre-installed on all its upcoming Android phones, giving all its users 5 GB of free cloud storage on Dropbox (more than the standard of 2 GB of storage). Although, HTC did not clarify whether existing users will also enjoy this cloud-enabled file sharing application. It appears that HTC’s strategy is to make its phones more appealing by giving those who will buy HTC phones free…

Google Cloud Printing

Although wireless printers have dropped substantially in price, you’re not sure if they are worth the upgrade, and Google agrees with you completely. I’m sure that you are asking, how can I print documents wirelessly from my Android device? How Does Google Cloud Print Work? In the world of Google Cloud Print, you can print anything, from any device, to any cloud-connected printer. When you print through Google Cloud Print, your file is securely sent to your printer over the web. Because it’s the web, Google Cloud Print works whether you’re in the same room as your printer, or on…

Thumbplay announced that it is now offering offline music playback on Android devices.  The new offline capability allows users access to their music collections when no Wi-Fi or carrier data network connection is available. Thumbplay is a U.S.-based subscription service that allows users to download music, video, and games to their mobile phones. Users can manage, store, and share their content online and on their wireless devices.

SugarSync, the popular digital synchronization, backup and sharing platform, has announced that it is releasing a new Android API that will turn SugarSync into a cloud-based computing platform. Independent developers and handset manufacturers will be able to use the API to sync their applications with the data in the user’s SugarSync account. Data on the phone can be easily uploaded to the SugarSync cloud and data already in the cloud can be easily accessed by the mobile phone. SugarSync also announced that it is adding several exciting new features to its SugarSync application. The latest version of SugarSync, updated on…