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Pixel 4 does not retain unlimited photo upload at original quality
Google opted to remove the unlimited original quality upload of Pixel 4 users photos, likely trying to push users to their Google One subscription.
AOPEN Makes Cloud Device Management Easy Single dashboard resolves cloud-based application control issues
FileGear One Plus Review
Has personal cloud storage been perfected with the FileGear?
IDT Releases FPGA-based Cloud AVC Encoder
Razer acquires a smartphone manufacturer Nexbit
Nexbit was a startup company that gathered around $1.3 million via Kickstarter campaign for, what is marked as, the cloud-first smartphone.
Interview with Dov Moran, inventor of the USB stick
I had the privilege of speaking with Dov Moran, and we discussed startups and business, but also about the future and what it holds.
If you think AI era is coming, you're wrong! It's here
During a panel discussion on artificial intelligence, Hedges said that Watson is constantly learning specific branches of industries.
Microsoft starts warning users of upcoming OneDrive storage downgrades
Microsoft has begun to send out emails detailing when their free storage is going to be reduced.
Microsoft wants to put data centers at the bottom of the ocean
Microsoft wants to start building server farms under the sea, taking advantage of natural cooling and power generation.
SanDisk Ultra +Cloud 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
SanDisk's Ultra +Cloud USB 3.0 thumb drive is a unique take on flash drive storage having its storage split between the drive and the cloud.
Kingston HyperX Cloud MAV Edition Gaming Headset Review
Kingston HyperX has spruced up its Cloud headset with the MAV Edition, re-releasing it with some cool extras and a specialty design. Let's take a look.
Strontium Mobile Wi-Fi Cloud Review
Strontium's Mobile Wi-Fi Cloud is a feature-rich storage device for your tablets and smartphones. Let's take a close look at it now.
Acquia Closes $55 Million Financing Round
Kingston HyperX Cloud Core Gaming Headset Review
Set out to entice entry-level gamers into the HyperX zone, the Cloud Core gaming headset is compatible with PC, Max, PS4, Xbox One and Wii U.
TomTom hits the Cloud
Crucial Announces 8GB-based DDR4 Server Memory
Nokia Networks enters cloud infrastructure market with disruptive launch of AirFrame Data Center Solution
Aussie cloud service gets the tick to serve its government
Aussie cloud services company gets the tick to service its government - Is this good or bad? You decide.
Seagate Personal Cloud 2-Bay Consumer NAS Review
Don't like the idea of having your data in the cloud? Here's our review of Seagate's Personal Cloud NAS solution for home users.
Kingston HyperX Cloud Headset Review
With the Cloud II now just released in the market, we've been given a Cloud I to test, review and compare - is the newer model worth the extra $30?
Kingston HyperX Cloud II Pro Gaming Headset Review
Bringing the high-end gaming spectrum to the mainstream market, the HyperX Cloud II will make your wallet tremble, but it will all be worth it in the end.
OneDrive cloud service adds albums - auto photo import coming soon
Microsoft is working on improving OneDrive - adding photo albums and with auto image importing coming soon.
Amazon building a 150 megawatt wind farm to power data centres
Amazon Web Services have announced a 150 megawatt windfarm build project to ensure they run under 100% renewable energy.
Synology introduces its new DiskStation 1-bay NAS server
Synology has released its new DiskStation DS115 - a 1-bay NAS device with a dual-core processor.
Synology Introduces DiskStation DS115
Storj creates a network to allow users to rent out spare HDD storage
Do you have some spare storage capacity on your rig? Storj will allow you to rent it out, but is that a good idea?
Seagate unveils Personal Cloud storage in multiple-terabyte configs
Seagate Personal Cloud solution will offer consumers plenty of storage space for backing up data, with cloud access for mobile users.
Samsung TV's to play PlayStation games without a PlayStation console
Sony and Samsung are offering streaming PS3 games from Smart TV's without a console, debuting at CES 2015.
Engineers mess up causing Microsoft Azure downtime
Microsoft engineers make a roll-out mistake, costing Azure some downtime.
Barracuda employs storage expert Ken Grohe from Virident/HGST
Ken Grohe is claimed as a storage expert and start-up business genius, Barracuda hires him in the hopes of massive growth.
Strategy Analytics: Cloud gaming may reach inflection point in 2015
Cloud gaming is evolving into a booming market, and it will see significant levels of growth in 2015.
Amplidata secures $10M in latest round of funding
Western Digital Capital makes sizable investment in addition to HGST announcing partnership to develop zettabyte scale solutions.
Panzura thumbs nose at competitors by giving product away for free
Panzura Storage announces a free version of its cloud gateway product combined with one free year of 2TB cloud storage from Google.
EMC goes on PR frenzy with acquisition news and product updates
EMC acquires TwinStrata to build out hybrid cloud offering and announces several product updates for XtremIO, Isilon, ViPR, and VMAX.
Nimble Storage builds out Adaptive Flash portfolio with latest release
With an all new all-flash shelf and faster hybrid-flash array, Nimble Storage continues to find the balance between price, performance, and capacity.
Red Hat to acquire Inktank, developer of Ceph for $175M
Red Hat spends $175M in cash to secure Inktank's leading open software-defined storage solution.
A Major Shift in the Data Storage Market is on the Horizon
Is VMware's entrance to the software-defined storage market enough to disrupt the legacy storage industry as we know it?
IBM spends the week spending money on the cloud
IBM invests over $1B deploying PaaS, makes another key acquisition, and launches a pay-as-you-go pricing model to ramp up its cloud business.
Enterprise Flash Virtualization: Flash In The Pan or Here to Stay?
There are several flash virtualization solutions popping up with slightly different implementation paths. Is this latest innovation here to stay?