To The Cloud For Enhanced Mobility!

The three most popular electronic devices used nowadays are: The personal computing device – laptop, tablet, etc. The personal communication device – mobile phones. The personal entertainment device – iPod, Zune, etc, Now, what is the common attribute they share, other than the fact that whenever you buy one, you feel that you should have

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Movirtu ManyME Enables Managing Multiple Phone Numbers on a Single Mobile Device

Breakthrough Launch at Mobile World Congress Transforms the Way People Communicate and Stay Connected. LONDON, UK January 18, 2010 – Movirtu, the Cloud Phone(TM) company today announced the launch of ManyME(TM), a revolutionary new patent pending product for mobile service providers, allowing them to create new services for everyone with multiple SIMs and mobile devices

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PocketCloud 1.1: Improved solution to Mobile Computer Access for the Galaxy Tab

PocketCloud 1.1: Improved solution to Mobile Computer Access for the Galaxy Tab Wyse had successfully integrated the realms of cloud computing, personal computing and remote desktop services by introducing PocketCloud a short while back. Using Pocket Cloud, users and administrators can successfully and securely access user machines from anywhere using their smart phones. It’s like

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Apps for Africa: Mobile Cloud Computing to Accelerate Innovation

Part 2: Apps for Africa: Mobile Cloud Computing to Accelerate Innovation Continued From Part 1 Every cloud has a silver lining, a lining that emits beams of hope onto the continent it traverses. Africa’s horizon has seen many clouds that have only passed on to deliver rains to the rest of the world.  However, one

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Microsoft and NYC work together on Cloud Computing deal

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New York City’s government is moving to Microsoft’s cloud. A $20 million deal between the Bloomberg administration and the Redmond, Wash., computing giant announced Wednesday that it will consolidate software and hardware operated by individual agencies onto Internet-based computer “clouds.” They allow software, documents and other data normally stored on local hard drives and servers

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