Posts Tagged ‘Cloud Computing’

According to a study carried out by Meraki, a cloud solutions company, the iPad is now the device used to consume the most data, at least on Wi-Fi networks, which is about 4 times as much as the iPod touch, iPad and all Android devices combined. The company behind this study collected anonymous data from […]

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If you’ve watched Microsoft concept videos over the years, you probably know how fond the company is of the idea of “Software Plus Services”. Microsoft has always painted it as the ability to preserve local software, while still have it interact with online services in real time. While Microsoft has made quite a few achievements in that area in the past few years, isn’t Apple about to nail it with iCloud?

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In a press, release, Apple confirmed that an iCloud service will be unveiled at WWDC on Monday, June 6th, as well as iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion, the company’s next-generation computer operating system. Yes folks, no new iPhone hardware is going to be released this time around.

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Microsoft today released a new updated CTP for Windows Azure SDK and Windows Azure Tools for Visual Studio 2008. Both the updates are labeled as January 2009 CTP.
Windows Azure SDK provides developers with the APIs, tools, documentation, and samples needed to develop Internet-scale applications that run on Windows Azure .

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As we all know, Microsoft rolled out public beta’s for most of the Windows Live Wave 3 products yesterday. We have already reviewed Windows Live Messenger. Lets have a look at the Windows Live Mail Beta.

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Live Mesh is an amazing platform. There are so many things which you could do with it. Imagine a scenario where you are in your office in some remote location. You make some updates to your calendar events or add some new appointments. You also make changes to your Emails, and add another contact name. […]

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Live Mesh was due a major update since the service was first launched to a group of testers in May and here we are finally with the latest update to this popular service. Live Mesh now adds support for Peer-Peer sync which makes it possible to synch files across your devices without using any […]

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Yesterday, Apple launched the successor to their .Mac service in the form of MobileMe. I decided to check out the site and to my surprise, MobileMe site returned me the following error:

I was using Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1 in IE7 mode by using “Emulate IE7″. I thought well yea.. maybe IE7 just wasnt good […]

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The computing industry that as we know today is changing very fast into one in which everything we need can be accessed online. Microsoft is onboard with this new computing paradigm popularly known as “Cloud Computing” which folks at Redmond more like to call it as “Software + Services”.
For the past several years, Microsoft founder Bill […]

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