Google Inc. plans to launch its cloud-based music locker service at its developer's conference Google I/O to challenge Amazon's early mover advantage in the music streaming service.
The top after-market NASDAQ Stock Market gainers are: Cray, Yongye International, Orthovita, Integrated Device Technology, and Sino Clean Energy. The top after-market NASDAQ Stock Market losers are: Nanosphere, MannKind, Wilshire Bancorp, Sequenom, and American Science & Engineering.
Rumors have been circulating about the possible launch of a redesigned, and more importantly free, MobileMe service, but no one has forgotten the uneasy days when the service was launched in 2008. The launch of the revamped MobileMe, which was essentially an upgrade of a pre-existing service called .Mac, had invited disappointing media review, promoting Jobs to sternly castigate the product executives.
Two days after Amazon's cloud hosting service was taken down, company engineers are reporting that things are starting to look up.
In its public filing to the FCC yesterday, the company admits that its network has been increasing constrained as more and more high-bandwidth devices have connected to its network.
The two companies announced today a plan to bring internet-connected functionality to Toyota’s upcoming line of electric and hybrid vehicles.
Dell is opening up a new research and development facility in Santa Clara, Calif.
Amazon has launched a cloud-based music locker service called Cloud Drive, which gives the online books trader an early mover's advantage over Apple and Google.
Apple is due to delay the launch of its much awaited cloud-integrated iteration of iOS 5 which, if Apple followed its tradition, would have been launched this spring.
New start-up Color introduces a unique photo sharing service; receives $41 million in venture capital.
Léo Apotheker, the Chief Executive Officer of PC giant Hewlett-Packard, is expected to hold an investor briefing in San Francisco where he may unveil his much anticipated vision for HP.
IBM would be hosting its Analyst Day today at its Thomas J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, New York at 10 am EST that is likely to focus on 2015 roadmap, according to Barclays Capital.
Apple could be a victim of its own hype, created by its muted response to media prodding for details about the upcoming iPad 2.
Google has assured Gmail account holders who lost their mails that many of these missing emails are stored on offline tapes and efforts are on to restore these to the users' accounts.
Apple's ambitions to boost its cloud-computing prowess got a significant push as its $1-billion data center in North Carolina approaches its opening this spring.
Amid concerns over Seagate's next-generation hard drive come questions on the future of data storage.
A recent survey says the growing demand of security professionals is outpacing the supply.
U.S. President Barack Obama's proposed 2012 Federal budget included proposals to improve the inefficiencies in government data centers. The budget outlines the adoption of cloud-computing and virtualization technologies to lower IT spending costs and increase agility.
Speculation is that Apple is due to launch a smaller and cheaper version of its iPhone to sit alongside the current and upcoming breed of iPhones.
Google stands the risk of being disconnected from its primary source of bread and butter, the internet, if there is any bite to Motion Picture Association of America's (MPAA) warning that chides Google for copyright infringement.
Senior U.S. lawmakers demanded answers on Tuesday from regulators and financial exchange operators about computer hacking attacks.
Analyst Kim Caughey Forrest says Verizon's record sale of iPhones today was old news before it even happened.
More companies are hopping on the NFC contact-less bandwagon.
Amazon Web Services LLC plans to make Oracle Database 11g available through Amazon Relational Database Service during the second quarter of 2011.
The company continues expanding its cloud computing services in Asia with plans to build a center in Langfang City.
PC maker Hewlett Packard launched a suite of new products and services for businesses and governments under the cloud computing platform.
Google takes a shot at Apple Air Print feature, launches its own Cloud Print beta for mobile documents and Gmail for mobile.
U.S. stocks fell on Thursday led by losses in the technology sector and on worries that China's rapid growth may lead to more aggressive measures to tackle inflation.
After its last high-profile cloud-computing launch, the Office 365, Microsoft has announced that Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, its cloud-based CRM offering, will be available worldwide.
Several U.S. business leaders will meet with Chinese chief executives in Washington during President Hu Jintao's visit next week, all seeking new deals to tap into economic growth in China.