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Review: Google’s cylindrical OnHub router is a Pandora’s Box for the connected home

For a company dedicated to wirelessly streamed data and cloud storage, Google’s new OnHub router seems like the most natural fit to its ecosystem in a long time. Whether or not it actually performs like a $200 router should is subjective, and there’s a bit more to OnHub that lightning-quick data speeds. Show More Summary

Spark adds rich email signatures, alias support, and better gesture customization

Spark, the email app from Readdle, has hit version 1.1, bringing support for rich HTML signatures, email aliases for Google, iCloud, and Yahoo accounts, and more swipe options, including swiping to Spam, or to a connected cloud service of your choice. Show More Summary

Jumptuit Roadmap Video: A New Search Bar For Your Data At Facebook, Google and Dropbox

Jumptuit aims to connect all of your cloud accounts in a single place so that you can access your files without the hassle. Watch this Roadmap Video to learn more about the founder's vision for the future of data storage and Andrew Weinreich's commentary on the business opportunity.

Connection Refused!

A fellow Technical Solutions Engineer recently found their Google Cloud Platform project in an interesting state. They could create Compute Engine VM instances that would boot, but could not remotely connect via SSH into any of them....Show More Summary

Easier Auth for Google Cloud APIs. Introducing the Application Default Credentials feature.

When you write applications that run on Google Compute Engine instances, you might want to connect them to Google Cloud Storage, Google BigQuery, and other Google Cloud Platform services. Those services use OAuth2, the global standard...Show More Summary

Connecting PHP Apps to Google Cloud Storage

In this article, Gigi Sayfan shows you how to take advantage of Google's Platform as a Service (PaaS) in order to create a scalable, highly available and secure PHP web application.

At I/O, Google Reveals Project Brillo And Weave To Power Internet Of Things Devices

Brillo will serve as an operating system for smart locks and cameras, while Weave will connect them to other devices and the cloud. Google is starting to make bigger moves into smart homes and other Internet of Things devices with two new projects, Project Brillo and Weave. Read Full Story

Google’s network edge: presence, connectivity and choice for today’s enterprise

Today’s enterprise must focus on running key workloads both on-premises locally and remotely in the cloud. There is simultaneously the need to keep the quality of service high for end-users in terms of network latency and reliability,...Show More Summary

Nanocomputers, Cognitive Computing, and Your Brain: A TED Talk

by Angela Guess Brandon Butler recently wrote for Network World, “Nanocomputers implanted in our brains that connect to the cloud will usher in a new era of critical thinking and human advancement, Google’s Director of Engineering predicts in a TED Talk. Show More Summary

We Asked Rock Health Founder Halle Tecco About The Future Of Digital Medicine

Health technology is becoming a big topic in 2015. We’re seeing wearable technology that can automatically upload our health data to the cloud, cellphones are becoming tools to connect us to the doctor’s office, a Google moonshot project detects cancer on an app and 23andMe has received FDA approval for at least one genetic test of a rare disease. Show More Summary

Global Capacity establishes Ethernet interconnection into Google's cloud platform

Global Capacity's enterprise customers will soon have another way to connect to the cloud as its One Marketplace platform has become one of Google's cloud interconnect service providers, giving it a direct connection into the Google cloud platform.

Amazon confirms its acquisition of 2lemetry, an Internet of Things startup

This acquisition could help Amazon gain an edge on public cloud competitors like Microsoft and Google when it comes to incorporating connected devices into applications.

Google Cloud Pub/Sub Connects Applications, Data Streams

Organizations everywhere have a growing need to run applications in the cloud, and lots of applications need to talk to other varied, distributed systems reliably and in real-time. How do you get messages exchanged between multiple systems simultaneously? That's the question that Google has tackled with the beta release of Google Cloud Pub/Sub. Show More Summary

Acer Chromebook 13: 1080p with Tegra K1

9 months agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

The Google Chromebook has a rather interesting history, starting as an always connected device with all your data stored in the cloud and slowly but steadily transforming into a platform that can function as a full laptop replacement. Show More Summary

Reports Arrive Showing Gmail and Service Provision Blocking in China

For a growing array of users, Google's Internet and cloud services are the backbone of how they stay connected, productive and informed. From Gmail to the Google Cloud Platform, Google has established Internet and cloud service standards around the world -- but in China, not so much. Show More Summary

CloudRail Launches Universal API Platform for Cloud Storage Services

CloudRail, an integration-platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) startup, has announced the launch of CloudRail for Cloud Storage Services, a universal API connecting to Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive. The company is starting out with cloud storage services; however, additional services will be added in the future.

Google’s Cloud Gets a Few Official Connectivity Partners

The Google Cloud Platform became the latest of the major clouds to get some public connectivity attention. Yesterday three partners officially began offering direct access to Google’s cloud, one data center specialist and two fiber operators. … [visit site to read more]

What comes with containers, managed VMs and enterprise connectivity? In cloud wars, Google ups the ante

Borrowing a page from the Inc. book of running cloud conferences, Google Inc. is kicking off its annual infrastructure-as-a-service summit in San Fransisco with a slew of new features that address the needs of both developers and enterprises. The … Continue reading ?

Google Builds New ‘Freeways’ to its Data Centers for Cloud Push

Google Tuesday unveiled three types of express lanes for corporate customers to connect to its “cloud” computing services, part of an effort to close the gap with industry leaders Amazon and Microsoft.

Google Sticks To Its Cloud Knitting: Cheaper, Faster

11 months agoTechnology : ReadWriteWeb

With one hand, Google cuts. And with the other, it connects. That's the ongoing story of Google Cloud Platform, the company's set of products and services for developers looking to host and run apps over Google's sprawling Web infrastructure. Show More Summary

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