29
Sep

Amazon Kindle Fire, powered by Android, takes ebook reading to the whole new level, for just $199

Amazon Kindle Fire, powered by Android, takes ebook reading to the whole new level, for just $199

Amazon just unveiled the Kindle Fire. Amazon did it right by copying Apple’s formula: tablets do not sell on specs; Amazon barely touched on the Fire’s hardware during its announcement. Instead, Jeff Bezos, doing his best Steve Jobs impersonation, stood tall on the stage and ran through a long list of features that makes the Fire an […]

9
Sep

Joindiaspora.com: Latest Entrant to the Social Network; Invites available here

Joindiaspora.com: Latest Entrant to the Social Network; Invites available here

Diaspora.com, has hit the late Alpha stage and we are one of the first to get the invites to access and test the newest entry to the Social Network Circuit. Our first response was “Hey, it looks like Google+“, but then we explored! Let’s start What exactly is JoinDiaspora Diaspora  is a free  personal web […]

17
Jun

Cloud Computing and Where it Stand in 2011

Cloud Computing and Where it Stand in 2011

We recently posted an Article about Cloud Computing and it’s benefits for Small businesses, here we are again to give you some insides about how cloud computing is doing in the production environment in the mid-2011. Some of the factors influencing Cloud computing include: Hardware Saving Faster Deployment Scalable Automation Capabilities Cost Reduction The leading […]

16
Jun

Cloud Music: Apple iTunes versus Google Music

Cloud Music: Apple iTunes versus Google Music

The rumors are going ga-ga over the development of the new Android application that Google is coming up with that will compete with iTunes, with a possible live stream component much like  Pandora.   However, Apple is quickly trying to activate their own cloud music.   You’re probably wondering what the heck cloud music is, […]

13
Jun

iCloud uses Windows Azure Services for Hosting Data: Sources

iCloud uses Windows Azure Services for Hosting Data: Sources

The wizards at  InfiniteApple, a recently-established Apple-related blog have found out that Apple’s iCloud online services actually use third-party services, namely Amazon Cloud Services and Windows Azure. It turns out that iCloud seems to use Windows Azure and Amazon Cloud Services for storage, as shown by a packet dump. Below we’re quoting some of the […]

13
Jun

iPhone 5 probable/Expected Features 2011

iPhone 5 probable/Expected Features 2011

The design and features of iPhone 5 is doing rounds and there have been a lot of conspiracy theorist giving their version of features that are in store in the upcoming iPhone 5 by Apple. Here is a round up of rumors of the features and design that the iPhone 5 might have. Some of […]

4
Jun

Cloud Computing benefits for Small Businesses

Cloud Computing benefits for Small Businesses

Cloud computing is the next BIG thing on the internet, a lot of Top notch companies are moving their businesses to the Cloud. Basically, Cloud computing  refers to the on-demand provision of computational resources (data, software) via a  computer network, rather than from a local computer. Cloud computing is like LEGO for Grown Ups, why […]