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In the days before its Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple was surprisingly open (for Apple, at least) in leaking information about their iCloud offering. Various media reports indicated that Apple had wrapped up negotiations...
Telcos love the iPhones and Androids. And what’s not to like? Sprint just ordered $20bn worth of iPhones. These premium phones command high hardware purchase costs, come with a significant upgrade in data plan and everyone wants...
With Microsoft’s acquisition of Skype for $8.5 billion it’s clear that the company is betting big on the cloud as platform instead of Windows exclusively.
And with the announcement of the Google Chromebook—a cloud-only...
I just wanted to point you to a couple blogs I wrote that were both published the past couple of days.
The first talks about how everything old is new again – “The parallels between the advent of the PC age and the cloud age are...
Today we’re launching a pretty neat trick for smartphone users – access to your E-Mails, calendars and contacts even when you are offline. We completely rebuilt our mobile ap using HTML 5 (great stuff by the way) so that...
With cloud becoming the new up-and-coming platform, traditional software companies are finding themselves in very contorted positions as they try to simultaneously provide cloud hosting technology and software as a service —...