WebOS 2.0 – Mobile Cloud Computing

WebOS 2.0 – Mobile Cloud Computing There has been more and more talk regarding Cloud based operating systems and Mobile Cloud Computing. We have come across some WebOS 2.0 beta information and images. Many off these images can be found at wibozi.com and engadget.com. What we’ve noticed is that some of the direct cloud services

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3 Cloud Gaming Companies To Watch…

Cloud Gaming is going to be one of the more interesting areas of cloud computing to watch over the next few years. There is a lot at stake and companies are simply trying to figure how to position themselves. There is no doubt cloud computing will be hugely beneficial to the public gaming industry.  We

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Cloud Computing is Changing the Way Business is Done

Cloud Computing is Changing the Way Business is Done Not too long ago hardly any one was using Google Apps for accessing and updating their documents, now it appears almost everyone uses Google docs when connected to the Internet instead of The Microsoft Office tools. Similarly some 2-3 years ago there were just a few

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Cloud Computing And The Gaming Industry

Cloud Computing And The Gaming Industry Cloud computing has a huge role to play in the video game industry in the near future. Applying cloud computing to video games is good not only for consumers, but for companies as well. This latest technique has solved many problems of the video game industry and has shown

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Google Cloud TV – And The $70 Billion Dollar TV Advertising Market

There is a growing and obvious interest in the $70 Billion dollar TV  advertising market.  And Google is one company that is taking an immediate interest in this area.  The Cloud environment has made it possible to stream video much more inexpensively so there are some lucrative opportunities available. About Google TV Google TV is

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DreamWorks signs cloud computing deal

DreamWorks SKG has signed a multi-year deal with Cerelink for cloud computing access. Instead of rendering movies like How To Train Your Dragon on thousands of its own computer cores, DreamWorks will use elastic compute resources housed in Cerelink’s supercomputing-class facility at the New Mexico Applications Centre (NMCAC). “Elastic” cloud computing allows clients like DreamWorks

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