Microsoft Rolls Out SkyDrive App for Windows Phone, iPhone

Microsoft debuted their SkyDrive app yesterday for iPhone and Windows Phone. For those not yet…

The Nerve of Google Music

How dare Google? How dare they launch a music service that isn’t the apparent iTunes…

HTC and Dropbox Partnership Offers Extra Storage

If you have an Android-powered HTC phone, you are eligible for an extra 5 gigabytes…

NewBay Officially Acquired by RIM

Earlier this month, there were reports that Research in Motion, makers of BlackBerry smartphones and…

Google Music Store In The Works?

It looks like Google might jump into the music sales business, as people familiar with…

Google and Amazon: The Next Great Tech Rivalry?

Microsoft and Yahoo have been Google’s main rivals for years. As Google has expanded into…

NewBay, a Cloud Software Provider, Reportedly Acquired by RIM

According to reports, Research in Motion, which makes BlackBerry smartphones and tablets, has acquired Irish…

Apple iCloud Email Invites Leak

If the various rumors come to fruition, October may be the biggest month in Apple’s…

Is “the Cloud” Overrated?

With so much hype around how great cloud computing is, it’s hard to imagine it any way other than good. The news is full of stories about what the cloud can do, the increased adoption rate of the cloud, and how more and more businesses are developing cloud applications. As a result, it would be really easy for businesses that are not on board with cloud computing to think that they’re way behind the times.

What iCloud Is, and What It’s Not

In spite of all the hype around Apple’s iCloud, there has been some confusion about what it is and what it’s not. For starters, the iCloud stores user content on the cloud and pushes it to other devices, such as the iPad. While it’s great for storing and sharing documents and images between devices, or syncing information on your devices together, it is not a back up.