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Google’s Google Drive is Now Here!

Written on April 25, 2012 by Lulu

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Google has now launched their online service, Google Drive

Google has officially launched Google Drive, an online service that allows you to not only store and share data, it also allow you to create documents, spreadsheets and presentations online.

Google Drive also allows you to upload and access your files including videos, photos, Google Docs, PDFs and more.

When you sign up for this service, you will be provided a free 5 GB storage. If you need more space, you need to pay $4 USD per month for an additional 20 GB storage.

Google Drive is supported by PC, Mac and Android devices. Google is still working on its iOS version.

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UbuntuOne Files: Connecting Your Android Phone and Ubuntu PC

Written on July 12, 2011 by Adam Eve

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You can now bridge the gap between your Android phone and Ubuntu PC with the UbuntuOne Files cloud service.

While every major platform has a cloud solution, Linux Ubuntu is not an exception. With UbuntuOne evolving as a worthy Dropbox alternative, Android users can now download their UbuntuOne Files to their PC.

To clear things out, the UbuntuOne cloud service does not require an Ubuntu PC. It can work with Windows PC or Mac, but it performs best with the Linux OS. It also provides a seamless folder and file management experience for Ubuntu users. You can download the UbuntuOne Files app at the Android Market, giving you an immediate access to the files stored in your UbuntuOne cloud account. The app has a built-in photo viewer, and hands off other file formats to its default viewer.

If you have a premium UbuntuOne account, you can also add its music app to stream songs from your account to your phone. Are you using your UbuntuOne Files already? Feel free to share your impressions on this new Android app at the comments.

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Jolicloud Steps Out from “Netbook Only OS”

Written on December 09, 2010 by Charles Bass

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"There are about 100 to 300 million computers waiting right now for Jolicloud to reveal their full potential. We hope that you will help bring as many people as possible to Jolicloud and donate computers you don’t need anymore to schools, kids or people that could benefit from using a better interface to the web."--- Jolicloud

You had the first glimpse on this on Jolibook, but now, every netbook or computer can get hands-on to the Jolicloud 1.1 OS. The Jolicloud OS lets you experience an improved user interface. Among those features is a new set of HTML5 desktop plus a simplified Facebook Connect login and a few slick tweaks. These features promises better performance and battery life compared to the previous version.

Jolicloud steps up to Google, Microsoft and Apple as the company bring the future of HTML5. Now the creative minds of the OS brings you the future now. A simpler and easier interface for a redefined web experice.

Jolicloud defined this experience as:

“When everybody talks about HTML5 as the future, we deliver it today, now and for everyone. But here is the trick, you should not be forced to buy an expensive device to benefit from these technologies. With Jolicloud, you just need to recycle any computer. We are on a mission to make quality computing affordable in the world and we are not accepting to play by the traditional rules that made change unavailable for years.”

Here are the highlights of what’s new with Jolicloud:

* Dashboard customization with beautiful background images
* Simplified access to the computer settings
* Ability to add any local app to your desktop from a Jolicloud device
* Faster sign up and login using Facebook Connect
* Improved user interface design

Happy Joliclouding!

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Architect Ray Ozzie Bids Microsoft Goodbye

Written on October 19, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Architect Ray Ozzie, successor of Bill Gates is now saying goodbye to Microsoft. For unknown reasons, this was revealed to employees via email by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.

Microsoft announced through a letter from CEO Steve Ballmer that Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie is leaving the company. Ray is the successor of Bill Gates, he was the one who had put Microsoft in the clouds.

Here’s the email that Steve Ballmer sent Microsoft employees:

From: Steveb

Sent: Monday, October 18, 2010

To: Microsoft – All Employees

Subject: Ray Ozzie Transition

This past March marked a significant milestone for the company when, in a speech at the University of Washington, I sent a message to the world that we’re ‘all in’ when it comes to the cloud. In that speech I noted that Ray’s Internet Services Disruption memo nearly five years ago, and his work since, stimulated thinking across the company and helped catalyze our drive to the cloud.

As a company, we’ve accomplished much in the past five years as we look at the cloud and services. Windows Live now serves as a natural web-based services complement to both Windows and Office. SharePoint and Exchange have now decidedly embraced the cloud. And by conceiving, incubating and shepherding Windows Azure, Ray helped ensure we have a tremendously rich platform foundation that will enable app-level innovation across the company and by customers for years to come.

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