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This Wireless Drive Puts Your Files in a Tiny, Private Cloud

It charges phones, it streams movies, it works like a Wi-Fi router, and it holds terabytes of files. The post This Wireless Drive Puts Your Files in a Tiny, Private Cloud appeared first on WIRED.

Samsung says IoT will drive semiconductor sales

Samsung says it will increase its chip competence and offer security and the cloud for customers to secure market share ahead of competitors such as Intel and Qualcomm. Samsung will secure more market share than its rivals in the expanding...Show More Summary

Fedora 24 shows off new visions of the Linux desktop, cloud, and containers

Fedora adds multiple Linux desktops, OpenShift cloud Origin and Fedora Atomic Host to drive containerized application development and deployment.

Driving Into the Past for Answers About My Father & Me

Fountain with his daughter Imani just hours after she was born. She is 20 today. By John W. Fountain Driving into Evergreen was like driving through a cloud of smoke into the past. The roads looked strangely familiar, as the events of 1979 seemed to come back to life. Show More Summary

Customer Service – The Key to Battling E-Commerce

By David Salisbury, VP of Sales and Marketing, Star Cloud Services. Brick-and-mortar stores, both big and small, are continuously battling against e-commerce in an attempt to drive and retain in-store traffic. While bigger stores have the budget to execute lofty ad campaigns or combine both in-store and online sales, SMB retailers do not necessarily have […]

You can now add materials to iTunes U from iCloud Drive, Dropbox and more

Apple has pushed out a fresh update to iTunes U for iPhone and iPad, bringing a number of improvements and new features. Perhaps most notably, the latest update adds the ability to import materials from various cloud services like iCloud...Show More Summary

iTunes U for iOS can now add materials from iCloud, Google Drive, Dropbox, & more

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Apple is out today with a new update to its iTunes U app for iPhone and iPad. The latest version of iTunes U adds a document picker that supports cloud services like iCloud Drive as well as others including Dropbox, Google Drive, and Box. Adding documents from non-iCloud services requires having their apps installed and being signed in. more… Filed under: Apps Tagged: iTunes U

Daily 2 Cents: Aliens Playing on the Swing Set -- Window in the Cloud -- 'Stoned' Sheep Go On Rampage

Aliens Playing on the Swing SetLac du Flambeau, WI - 8/1994: Seven of us were joy riding in my dads car, I was driving. It was about 10 p.m. on a summer night. We came up to a stop sign and noticed that there were (what we thought were kids) playing on the swing sets at the grade school. Show More Summary

Small Business App Ideas That Can Make Your Business More Profitable

Small businesses need to leverage every possible opportunity to drive revenue and minimize costs. Therefore, it makes sense to utilize apps that enhance the profitability for your company. Here are several cloud and mobile small business...Show More Summary

How to change the default OneDrive folder location on Windows 10

When you're running out of space on your primary drive, use this guide to help move your OneDrive files to another location on Windows 10. While you can choose from many cloud storage services, OneDrive remains the best solution forShow More Summary

Microsoft, Facebook team up to construct world’s fastest transatlantic cable

Microsoft and Facebook are teaming up to build the fastest transatlantic cable ever constructed, all in the name of driving cloud computing adoption and ensuring rapid response to customer needs.

Dish ships the HopperGo, a tiny little cloud player for TV on the run

Originally announced at CES in January, the minuscule HopperGo is a 64GB USB drive with a built in wireless access point. The little device connects to your Dish Hopper 3 or Hopper 2 – essentially Dish’s DVR – and sucks down up to 100 hours of TV. Show More Summary

OracleVoice: Sapporo Brews New Beers -- And New Customers -- With Social And Marketing Cloud Ingredients

Sapporo Breweries is using Oracle Social Cloud and Oracle Marketing Cloud to drive new revenue for the company, give product development new insights into the market, and build relationships with beer fans in a whole new way.

This 64GB flash drive works with your iPhone and your computer

Even if you have a 128GB iPhone, odds are still good that at some point you're going to run out of storage. Cloud sync services are one way to cut down on the amount of storage you're using up on your phone, but these services take a painfully long time to sync all of your giant files. Show More Summary

Developer Submission: GDrive.NET – client for Google Drive on Windows updated

Hello MSPowerUser readers! I’d like to present to you newest update for my app – GDrive.NET – client for Google Drive on Windows ecosystem.  App is for managing your cloud and with today’s update just got better! In newest version you can find: multiple accounts support, Windows Hello support, auto upload feature now is available […]

Backblaze tested 61,000 drives for one billion hours and found the most reliable

When you’re in the cloud storage business and you build devices that pack nearly half a petabyte into a 4U rack chassis, you buy a lot of hard drives. You run them hard, […]

Evernote Works Better with Google Drive

Google today said it has expanded Google Drive's support for Evernote, making it easier to share files between the two cloud services. Before today, Drive content shared to Evernote took the form of a link. Now, Drive content includes thumbnails and/or previews of the content so it can be seen from within Evernote. Show More Summary

Geek Reading May 10, 2016 #1102

Starting our day, the Google Big Data blog talks about new integration of BigQuery with Google Drive. Google Cloud Platform gives us some goodies when they talk about Kubernetes and container portability. WordPress releases 4.5.2, a minor but important security release. I know that doesn’t sound like big news, but when security fixes are made […]

Why Playing in the Dirt Matters in Building a Business Empire

Most people suck at marketing. Why? Because they're too focused on the big picture and their end game (what I call the "clouds"). And I get it--the dream is what drives you. It's fun to be romantic about the clouds. The clouds are something I massively believe in. Show More Summary

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