Xbox One On Collision Cause With Users After Change Of Cloud Sharing

Xbox One On Collision Cause With Users After Change Of Cloud Sharing Could some cloud features that Microsoft had announced at the first press conference on Xbox One go the way of the dodo? Firstly, after a barrage of pressure from rivals, like Sony, to revisit its free-for-all digital policies it had announced on its

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UPDATE: Xbox One To Bury Deep In The Cloud

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UPDATE: Xbox One To Bury Deep In The Cloud As Microsoft Emphasizes More on ‘Digital’ (Updated from initial July 4th, 2013 posting) In what seems like a complete departure from Xbox 360, the next generation Xbox One that is coming November 2013 will live most of its lifespan in the gaming realm of the cloud.

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Giving Tangibility To Cloud Computing Capabilities In PS4

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Giving Tangibility To Cloud Computing Capabilities In PS4 For online gamers, the promise of the upcoming roll out of the gaming console, PS4, hinges on its cloud computing capabilities. There has already been verification by the executives at Sony, the team behind the popular PS3, to the effect that there are computing features, but these

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Microsoft Office In A Cloud

Microsoft Office In A Cloud Everyone from students to screenwriters use Microsoft Office. It is probably the only thing that both Apple and PC users can both love and not argue over. Last Monday, Microsoft announced Office 13. Microsoft has already began to boast about the features in the new edition of their money-spinner and

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Xbox Kinect in the cloud

Steve Ballmer excited about Xbox Kinect in the cloud Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer admits that Kinect for Xbox 360 is the device that he is most keen on as the company looks to the future of computing in the cloud. Ballmer was speaking about the importance of cloud computing at the London School of Economics,

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