Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Cloud Girlfriend

Cloud Girlfriend Open To All: Hard Lessons For Dating Sims
ZDNet (blog)
By Violet Blue | May 23, 2011, 6:18pm PDT First proposed as a free social media dating simulator, Cloud Girlfriend offers a faux “girlfriend experience” while Violet Blue wonders why they didn't take their dating sim lessons from Japan. ...
CORRECT: Paetec CEO Sees Cloud Propelling Co.'s Revenue Growth
Wall Street Journal
("Paetec CEO Sees Cloud Propelling Co.'s Revenue Growth," at 4:04 pm ET, misstated the goal of when the data centers would be added. The correct version follows:) By Roger Cheng Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--Paetec Corp. ...
Intel Capital Adds Investments In Cloud Computing, Mobile Tech
Wall Street Journal
s (INTC) venture capital arm Monday said it has invested $24.5 million in four new companies, bringing its total investment since 1991 to $10 billion and expanding its reach into key focus areas such as cloud computing and mobile technology. ...
Survey: Government IT Workers Prefer Hybrid, Private Clouds
Support for private clouds is stronger in the federal sector, according to a survey sponsored by Quest Software Public Sector. By Elizabeth Montalbano InformationWeek Government and public-sector IT professionals think hybrid or private clouds will be ...
Livescribe Releases Connect, Puts Ink In The Cloud
Washington Post
Now, however, they've added an interesting new feature: Livescribe Connect, a system that allows you to send entire pages to multiple recipients including Twitter users, Facebook, Google Docs, and various other cloud services. ...
Apple to launch cloud-based music service
Australian Techworld
After Amazon and Google revealed their music offerings a few weeks ago, Apple is following suit and will offer its own cloud-based music service. The California-based gadget-maker is expected to launch a new web-hosted music service next month, ...
Software AG with Terracotta looks to 'build a better cloud'
Java World
In an open letter to the Terracotta developer community, Terracotta CTO Ari Zilka said that the company's acquisition by Software AG is the first step to building a better cloud; one that apparently will offer language and framework flexibility, ...
Google Chromebooks Pit Local Loyalists vs. Cloud Converts
Google's Chromebooks will be appealing for consumers and businesses interested in moving to thecloud computing model. Just how many are willing to leave their Windows environment for Chrome OS is unclear. Google Chromebooks Pit Local Loyalists vs. ...
Microsoft, Google Business Cloud Battle Getting Vicious
Microsoft and Google's battle for business-cloud clients has become particularly vicious, but analyst numbers suggest the two sides' market share is at a near-draw. For more than a year, Microsoft has been pushing an aggressive “all in” cloud strategy. ...
Livescribe Releases Connect, Puts Ink In The Cloud
By John Biggs
Livescribe smartpens allow you to record and send the ink you draw or write on paper. They also record the surrounding audio so ...
CrunchGear - http://www.crunchgear.com/
What 'cloud-based music' looked like in 1892
By Chris Rawson
The system sounds downright hokey today, but it was ingenious for the time; keep in mind that this pre-dates wireless transmission via radio, much less modern improvements, such as iPhones and internet-based "cloud" storage for music. ...
TUAW - http://www.tuaw.com/
Software AG Buys Terracotta to Build New Cloud Platform: Cloud ...
By Derrick Harris
German software vendor Software AG has bought Java-performance expert Terracotta with the goal of creating a cloud application platform to rival those from Software AG competitors such as Oracle, VMware and IBM. Terracotta has built a ...
GigaOMGigaOM · Tech News, Analysis... - http://gigaom.com/category/foundread/
Inq Cloud Touch phone to use of Foursquare instead of Places ...
By George Wong
If you remember the Facebook-centric phones from INQ that were announced earlier this year (CloudTouch and Cloud Q), you [...]
Ubergizmo - http://www.ubergizmo.com/
The Cloud
I wrote a blog post yesterday about my move to the cloud. It has gotten 234 comments so far and a...

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