Cloud Computing

Cloud storage, cloud apps, internet freedom and mobility: find out all the latest news, developments, reviews in the evolution of cloud computing.

Apptastic personal productivity Read »

Personal productivity apps that will help you to reorganise your life

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ASUS’ Cloud network has plenty to offer Read »

Posted July 8th, 2010 in .Cloud Computing .Technology Features

What’s in ASUS’ Cloud services? We fly up into the details of ASUS’ latest features for existing and future customers.

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The PC Is Still Epic Read »

Posted June 25th, 2010 in .Cloud Computing .Technology Features

E3 2010 has certainly caused more of a stir this year than the last two. The exciting trends, the announcements and the return to the glitz and glamour of the past certainly helped it somewhat. We’ve already looked at the massive thrust towards 3D over the next few years and everybody knows about the consoles [...]

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The Forecast Is Misty Read »

Posted June 15th, 2010 in .Cloud Computing .Technology Features

In spite of being the flavour of the month in the IT world, cloud computing appears to remain an enigma for those making the purchasing decisions.

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Get the ASUS Android app Read »

If you’ve bought an ASUS laptop in the last couple of years you might be familiar with a rather clever service that comes pre-installed called ASUS Web Storage. It’s a little online home of your own, with up to 20GB of space that shows up in Windows file manager as a hard drive, but is [...]

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The Best of Online Photo Sites Read »

Posted May 24th, 2010 in .Cloud Computing .Technology Features

Having access to online photo editing or management software can be very handy, especially when it’s free. Here is our top5 editor choice of online photo editing services.

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Clouds Mean a Clear Sky Read »

Posted May 6th, 2010 in .Blogs .Cloud Computing .Technology Features

There are a huge range of cloud applications available so I  thought I’d do some opinion polling, some interweb searching and some close examination to find some of the best on offer. Google With a huge range of applications available to us mere mortals, Google has taken to the skies with aplomb. One of the [...]

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All in the clouds Read »

I have to admit that I adore buzzwords. Adore them. Perhaps it’s because I hung around journalists that loved to create techy acronyms, or perhaps it’s a desperate need to be “in with the club”, but no matter what the reason I fell in love with cloud computing. Not because of what it can do, [...]

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Much ado about context Read »

Posted April 13th, 2010 in .Blogs .Cloud Computing .Technology Features

As the inexorable cloud continues to engulf us, the first company that gets context-based computing right is likely to take the proverbial cake.

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The Social Technology Read »

A lot of research has pointed out that using the internet and playing games has a negative effect on a person’s social skills and ability to interact with the real world. However, there is just as much research saying the opposite.

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Why Geek is Chic Read »

When asked to think of the kind of human that likes to play videogames, tinker with a PC, code up websites and similar paraphernalia, you tend to think of a skinny and pale male with glasses and some personal hygiene issues (although the latter is somewhat less common to be fair). This is really no [...]

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Building Markets in the Sky Read »

Posted February 19th, 2010 in .Cloud Computing .Technology Features

The days of the disc may not be exactly numbered, but digital distribution sure is gaining momentum as a preferred way of buying the entertainment you love.

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