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Cloud-based Evernote has admitted that some users lost data as a result of a hardware failure.
Both Apple and Twitter have announced large, custom data centres to improve their online offerings.
Onlive CEO Steve Perlman has said Onlive is a great place to demo new games.
Onlive launched in the US last week, allowing users to finally see how much per-game pricing was.
Gigabyte Cloud OC is a proprietary application that overclock with its latest remote controlling web-app.
BT has gained the exclusive rights to bundle Onlive in the UK.
Skyfire has launched a beta of a new browser for Android that brings support for Flash video.
Google Gears, the search giant's offline caching technology, is being redeveloped using the HTML 5 specification - potentially making it easier for third parties to implement.
A list of compatible hardware has been released for Chromium OS, the open-source version of Google's cloud-based Chrome OS.
Google's netbook-oriented operating system, Chrome OS, has enjoyed an official launch event - and while it won't be shipping until next year, the code is already available.
OnLive, the cloud computing system for games, will apparently work with mobile phones too.
Nvidia has teamed up with rendering expert Mental Images to launch the RealityServer - a cloud-based 3D rendering platform featuring thousands of processing cores.
Cisco is set to enter the cloud-based office suite market - fighting with Google and Microsoft for a share of the prize - via its WebEx subsidiary.
An IBM researcher has cracked the problem of processing private data with a technique for working with encrypted data without ever having access to the unencrypted versions.
Adobe has finally brought its collaborative cloud-based office products out of beta - and is starting to offer paid subscriptions aimed at small business users.
Google has added support for the .docx and .xlsx formats used by Microsoft's Word 2007 and Excel 2007 to Google Docs - although PowerPoint 2007 support is still lacking.
Adobe has launched an experimental version of its Acrobat.com Presentations package - a web-based tool for creating PowerPoint-style slideshows.
Amazon has added additional datasets to its EC2 cloud computing system, surpassing 1TB of easily-accessible data from various public sources.
An issue over at Google left Gmail unavailable for around two and a half hours yesterday - leaving many e-mail addicts to go cold turkey.
Google has added offline functionality to Gmail, allowing you to access and reply to your e-mail even without a working Internet connection.
Attempts by Dell to trademark the term "cloud computing" have hit a pothole with the US Trademarks Office re-examining the application.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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