Posts Tagged ‘Cloud’

How would you feel about entirely free-of-charge cloud storage up to 4TB, that is decentralized, offers privacy by design, and that immediately makes you part of a global “swarm” of users looking to take non-local file storage to the next level? With the Cubbit cell, you can do exactly that.

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Google has confirmed that it had sent private videos of Google Photos users to strangers using the Google Takeout service. Here is what you need to know about this alarming news!

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Windows 10 will be getting a Mac-like cloud-based restore / recovery tool, almost eight years after macOS. Here’s what you need to know.

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Here’s Blade Shadow review, a cloud-based game streaming service that puts a full gaming Windows 10 PC on your Mac.

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Third party Alexa-enabled devices can now easily work together as Amazon moves its Echo Spatial Perception feature to the cloud. Here are the details.

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NVIDIA is all set to bring high-end PC gaming to Mac and low-end PCs with its ‘GeForce Now’ cloud-based gaming service. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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Here’s how to check if you have been affected by Dropbox’s latest hack / data breach the easy way. What’s actually great about this is that it not only tells you immediately if you have been affected by the Dropbox breach that has recently seen over 68 million records traded online, but it also checks if the provided credentials have been part of any historical breach, such as the LinkedIn leak from May 2016, or the Tumblr data breach back in early 2013.

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Want to download and play offline music from Dropbox on your iPhone? A new iOS app called Jukebox lets you do just that. Best of all, it’s available for free.

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If we told you that Apple was planning on launching a service that allows users to search for, select and then stream music across multiple iOS and OS X devices, then it probably shouldn’t come as a great surprise. After all, Apple pretty much pioneered the shift in music and paved the way for digital downloads and the like, so the surprise would be that it has taken them this long to adopt the strategy and actually come up with a service similar to that offered by the likes of Pandora and Spotify.

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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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Steve Jobs unveiled a minor upgrade to iTunes at WWDC today, iTunes 10.3. The release, currently in beta form, will allow users to take advantage of iCloud, which will become available in the fall, as well as “iTunes in the Cloud”, which is available starting today.

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