Now that Google has outed the LG manufactured Nexus 4 as the next flagship phone chosen to represent Android, there’s only one thing left to do: buy it. But which model should you get? For the insanely low price of just $300 off-contract, totally unlocked, you can get a Nexus 4 with 8GB ... Read More »
While there is certainly no shortage of cloud storage options available to mobile users, one large company has been largely absent. To some extent, Google already offers a cloud storage option for mobile users via its popular Google Docs platform; Docs users can upload documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and certain other files to Google Docs, and ... Read More »
Google Music is still in closed beta, but that doesn’t mean Google’s trying to keep people out. Just like they did with Google Plus, invitations to Google Music are rolling out slowly. We noticed earlier this week that Google has given us a few extra invitations, so we’ve decided to pass them on to you.
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By now, most people have at least heard of “cloud computing” and DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance), even if they’re not entirely sure what it is and how it works. Now, I’m not the most integrated circuit in the chipset. But we wanted to test this Tony Stark-level technology on someone who is more in ... Read More »
In an attempt to differentiate itself from the plethora of cloud-based music services hitting the net lately, Amazon is now offering unlimited storage space for MP3 and AAC music files for all persons who purchase a paid Cloud Drive account. Cloud Drive is a cloud storage system that allows you to upload many types of ... Read More »
Ever since Chrome OS was announced, the excitement for the operating system seemed to be matched by the curiosity of its purpose. Shortly after the initial announcement, when the CR-48 devices were being shipped, I remember being asked repeatedly “If I have an Android phone and a tablet, do I really need a cloud computer?” ... Read More »