- What’s Next for Facebook?
Facebook seems to have two different timeline layouts now. My professional FB account has all the updates on the right and the basic info on the left. My personal account still uses the very controversial two column timeline. I am not sure what exactly is going on but I am sure that this is [...]
- Nebula One Seeks To Reinvent Cloud Computing
Chris Kemp of Nebula is introducing the company’s computer device which can act like a command-and-control system for various traditional servers to consolidate the machines’ power. When plugged into Nebula One, servers from IBM, Hewlett-Packard, or Dell, Nebula One provides a means of control through a software console. Worth at least $100,000, any organization [...]
- Opportunities for the Hospitality Industry in Cloud Computing
Over the past few decades, there have been many attempts to adopt various technologies for tourism development, but very few have managed to become successful. Most of them are mostly limited to pilot projects or uncompleted prototypes. But one key sector in tourism that has been largely receptive to new technology is the hotel [...]
- 3 Crucial Areas That Can Improve Your Cloud Experience
by Jim Morin
Software-defined networking (SDN) is getting a lot of publicity as the latest technology for intelligent networking. With SDN poised to have a major impact on the future of networking, there are specific measures that can be taken today to get a better connection to the cloud.
You can achieve a better [...]
- Safari Leads Mobile Browser War With 61% Market Share
According to Net Applications, Safari cornered at least 61% of the mobile browser market last month. It grew by as much as 6% from its February figures. The web traffic monitoring site also says that Safari has a clear lead among its competitors with <a title=”New Android Malware Hits Tibetan Activists’ Mobile Phones” href=”http://cloudtimes.org/2013/04/07/android-malware-tibetan-mobile-phones/” [...]
- News Digest April 14, 2013
Twitter Enhances Its Cards Feature to Support Mobile AppsIn a recent gathering of developers, Twitter announced its updated iPhone and Android applications which will support its newly launched Twitter Cards. The cards introduce new contents like photo galleries, product information, applications which can be contained in expanded tweets. Aside from the Twitter [...]
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