Tuesday, 1 Apr 2014
Following Amazon's announcements to lower prices on their Web Service subscriptions, Microsoft is stepping up with cuts of their own, with reductions to Windows Azure services.
Every year Google makes April Fools' fun or at least humorous, and this year it involves you capturing Pokémon around the globe.
Monday, 31 Mar 2014
Amazon has just announced reductions to their Web Service subscriptions, offering better value to their customers. Hit the link to find out more.
Wednesday, 26 Mar 2014
Dot Global (or ".global") offers businesses a new way of considering their branding and online presence, and a possible solution to the saturated domain name market. Will this level the playing field for Asian businesses on the web? .Global CEO Rolf Larsen elaborates.
Tuesday, 25 Mar 2014
Cisco has plans to invest up to US$1 billion dollars over the next two years to provide enterprise-level cloud computing services. Known as the Cisco Cloud Services, the company aims to deliver its offerings with and through Cisco partners.
Wednesday, 19 Mar 2014
According to The Information, Google is reportedly working on a children-friendly version of YouTube. The site's videos will be safe for viewing by children under the age of 10; in addition, parents will have the final say on access to its contents.
Friday, 14 Mar 2014
Google has massively slashed prices of its Google Drive monthly storage plans, with prices beginning from just US$1.99 for 100GB of monthly online cloud storage.
Tuesday, 4 Mar 2014
Popular crowd-funding platform Kickstarter has just announced that it has raised over US$1 billion in pledges from over 5.7 million people.
Wednesday, 22 Jan 2014
Intel has officially shut down its Web TV initiative that was first announced in January 2013. However, it may find a new lease of life with its sale to Verizon, and the deal is expected to be completed by the first quarter of this year.
Tuesday, 21 Jan 2014
Google recently removed certain extensions from the Google Chrome Web Store for delivering malware and adware to their users. The extensions started out as regular extensions, but took a more sinister turn when they were bought by malware companies.