The power shifted a bit in favor of publishers last week on Monday when Apple made an unannounced change on its earlier policies. Apple made a huge move when it made a 360 degree turn on the controversial rules it previously made requiring publishers to sell content in iPad and iPhone apps [...]

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In today’s world of digital devices, it’s easy to find people having multiple devices. In that case, it becomes a task to keep them all in sync. For example, If I add a new contact on my phone, it should be “synced” to my laptop, or if I added a new email [...]

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Yesterday Microsoft promoted on its blog SkyDrive which is a free cloud service that gives users access up to 25GB storage of documents, photos, and videos through the web. This news comes just after Apple introduced “iCloud” this week at the WWDC in San Francisco. iCloud is a new cloud backup, [...]

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Layer 7 Technologies unveiled today its new API Portal technology, a solution that provides companies and service providers with a secure, turn-key way to manage developers creating applications against their application programming interfaces (APIs). The API portal is part of Layer 7’s API management suite which includes the Enterprise Service [...]

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Apple CEO Steve Jobs will show off several new products today at the company’s WWDC conference in San Francisco, including Mac OS X 10.7 “Lion,” iOS 5, and “iCloud,” a new cloud-based service. We had reported extensively.

The keynote begins at 1 p.m. ET, 10 a.m. PT. Join us for a [...]

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Rumors suggest that at this year’s Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco iPhone news won’t be as prominent as last year, instead attendees will sit through discussions on software; including iOS 5 and Apple’s upcoming desktop-based operating system, Mac OS X Lion.
Apple hasn’t released specific details on what it [...]

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The Apple Worldwide Developer conference (WWDC) will kick off next Monday morning with keynote from CEO Steve Jobs. Jobs is expected to introduce the next version of iOS and OS X and a new service called iCloud.

iCloud is said to be a revamp of Apple’s MobileMe storage and is likely a [...]

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Both cloud and mobile computing create a major impact in businesses these days. Each of them appears as a major source of revenue for market vendors who wish to capitalize on products that are popular among users. But, the numbers game states that mobile computing gets all the money and only 1 [...]

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Apple announced today to introduce its new Cloud Service Offering iCloud on June 6th. If you look at the current URL iCloud.com, you will see that it is currently used by Xcerion’s CloudMe software and sitting on some prime real estate.

In a short release, Apple confirmed the [...]

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Mobile cloud computing is gaining stream.  According to the latest study from Juniper Research, the number of mobile cloud computing subscribers is expected to grow rapidly in the next five years. Cloud-based mobile market will generate annual revenue of $9.5 billion in 2014 from $400 million in 2009, at an average annual [...]

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Apple’s plan to launch a new streaming music service has created a massive amount of speculation. According to a Bloomberg report, Apple’s upcoming cloud music service will have the ability to scan your hard drive and then mirror the users’ music collection on its own servers.

Apple’s new product will have several [...]

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Google is on a deadlock with Microsoft for the next possible Internet-driven revenue. Both of them are wooing companies to subscribe to their hosted versions of vital communications and office software.

Computer science students of the University of Washington heard at a conference last spring what Ballmer’s vision is for Microsoft.

He [...]

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It’s quite hard to understand that despite the advances in technology, the Internet, which is the keystone of free communication, is still delimited by geographical restrictions. We are referring to Amazon’s two newest offerings, both of which are only offered in the US.

Together with Cloud Player, Amazon also tossed [...]

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