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Even with poor network connectivity, Google Photos can upload images to cloud

In a move to roll out an update for its Google Photos app, aimed at improving image backups on 2G connections, it seems that the tech giant ‘Google’ is focused on ... Read More >>




Adobe releases creative cloud update with whole new features

Adobe recently announced the launch of its latest Creative Cloud updates, bringing new tools and more “Adobe Magic” to a range of apps including Photoshop CC, After Effects CC, Premie [....]


Cisco routers are about to get a big upgrade with Watson Tech

The global partnership will allow organizations in remote locations to access IBM’s artificial intelligence (AI) technology without having to upload heavy data sets to the cloud, the companies s [....]


Salesforce reaches Amazon Web Services for Internet of Things support

In the on-going cloud battle for who has the biggest customers, Amazon Web Services has signed one of the biggest. That customer is said to be Salesforce.com, which is building parts of its upcoming I [....]


HP Enterprise enters the “Internet of Things”; faces tough competition

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. is joining a crowded race to help companies get a leg up on one of tech’s hottest trends, the Internet of Things. The company recently introduced what it calls the [....]


Alibaba and SoftBank gear-up to From a Cloud Computing Venture in Japan

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. teamed with its largest shareholder SoftBank Group Corp. to form a cloud computing service venture targeting Japanese customers, as the Chinese e-commerce giant expands one [....]


Microsoft proves itself a perfect rival with its new sharing software

Microsoft Corp. is boosting its rivalry with Google Inc., Box Inc. and Dropbox Inc. with new software to help employees work together and share files, looking to expand a $3 billion annual business an [....]


Cypress is all set to acquire Broadcom’s IoT division

Semiconductor firm Cypress has announced a $550 million acquisition of Broadcom’s Internet of Things (IoT) division. It comes on the same day Cypress CEO T.J. Rodgers revealed his intention to s [....]


IBM remodels RefStack Project, aiming to make cloud computing more interoperable

The news was outlined at the OpenStack Summit in Austin, TX. RefStack is a project that launched last year to more easily more data and apps across clouds. IBM is a lead contributor. For IBM, the [....]


Bitcasa decides to shut-down its consumer cloud storage permanently

Bitcasa is pulling out of consumer cloud storage to focus on its platform business, giving users a month’s notice to move their data elsewhere and providing the perennial reminder that if you do [....]


Microsoft Expands its Cloud Big Data Analytics Lineup

During last year’s Strata + Hadoop World conference, Microsoft embraced Linux in its push to lure enterprises onto its growing portfolio of cloud-based big data offerings. This year, Microsoft i [....]

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