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Microsoft cloud-gaming service demoed internally:  Halo 4 streamed to Windows devices

Microsoft cloud-gaming service demoed internally: Halo 4 streamed to Windows devices

By 26 September 2013

Microsoft plans to take on cloud-gaming with its own service, according to a new report. The Verge - citing unnamed sources - claimed that Microsoft held an internal company meeting today, where executives showed Halo 4 running on a Windows Phone and... >>

HP Pavilion Chromebook 14 review
3.5 out of 5

HP Pavilion Chromebook 14 review

By 4 June 2013

The HP Pavilion Chromebook 14 is a slightly different Chromebook prospect: the Google Chrome OS operating system laptop - which needs to be online via Wi-Fi for its full cloud-based functionality - boasts a 14-inch screen size, making it the largest Chromebook... >>

Apple iCloud vs Google vs Amazon Cloud Drive vs Dropbox vs Microsoft SkyDrive

Apple iCloud vs Google vs Amazon Cloud Drive vs Dropbox vs Microsoft SkyDrive

By 26 April 2012

It’s been a busy time for cloud storage and music services and Apple’s launch onto the scene with Apple iCloud has officially declared it global war. The lines have begun to blur as to what you own, where you own it and just how much you have to pay... >>

Google Drive coming to take on Dropbox and iCloud

Google Drive coming to take on Dropbox and iCloud

By 9 February 2012

Google is all set to launch a cloud-based storage solution to rival the likes of Dropbox and Apple's iCloud. That's according to a report in the Wall Street Journal, which cites our old pals "people familiar with the matter" as having knowledge of the... >>

Dropbox for Android beta lands with auto camera uploads

Dropbox for Android beta lands with auto camera uploads

By 3 February 2012

Dropbox has taken off the covers of an all-new version of its cloud-based solution for Android devices: the Experimental Android Forum Build 2.0.9. Catchy name huh? The beta release brings with it a number of key new features, most notably the addition... >>

Microsoft SkyDrive adds HTML5 uploading and encourages sharing

Microsoft SkyDrive adds HTML5 uploading and encourages sharing

By 29 November 2011

The message from Microsoft when it comes to cloud computing is clear; share and share alike. Sharing is the overriding theme of the revamped SkyDrive online portal, the web-based platform where you can manage all of your cloud backed-up files. Since launching... >>

Buffalo CloudStation plugs into the cloud

Buffalo CloudStation plugs into the cloud

By 2 November 2011

Buffalo is taking its storage options skywards, in partnership with cloud computing specialist Pogoplug, with the launch of the Buffalo CloudStation. The CloudStation is Buffalo's first cloud based personal storage solution and for anyone with prior knowledge... >>

Dropbox for Teams launched for small businesses

Dropbox for Teams launched for small businesses

By 27 October 2011

Dropbox for Teams has gone live, making it easier for small businesses to tap into the cloud based storage solution without having to worry about the limited space on offer with the regular version. For $795 a year, 5 team members can share folders with... >>

Living in iCloud: Features explored

Living in iCloud: Features explored

By 12 October 2011

For a long time the biggest criticism of the iPhone has been the lack of a comprehensive, free, cloud element. Pulling everything together is iCloud, along with the online portal through iCloud.com, which has rolled out with iOS 5. But iCloud isn't just... >>

New HTC users to get 5GB free Dropbox service

New HTC users to get 5GB free Dropbox service

By 22 September 2011

Microsoft has Skydrive, Apple has iCloud, and now HTC has Dropbox following a new partnership between the phone maker and popular cloud storage service. HTC has confirmed to Pocket-lint that users of its latest Android handsets, like the HTC Rhyme, will... >>