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Cloud services for mobile developers: Google vs. Amazon vs. Azure vs. Parse

The victory of the mobile platform has wrought many changes in the enterprise world. Emails are now more succinct because no one can type at length with the tiny keyboards. Web pages are simpler because no one's eyes can read all the detail on the tiny screens. And the cloud is essential. Mobile phones and tablets can't exist without a healthy collection of services from distant machines in faraway ... » zum Artikel

Amazon to host cloud services in Beijing from next year

Amazon Web Services is opening a datacenter in Beijing, where a limited number of companies will be able to host applications from early next year. » zum Artikel

Amazon wants to analyze real-time data with Kinesis

Amazon Web Services hopes enterprises are willing to rely on the company when getting large amounts of data ready for analysis with its latest service, Kinesis. » zum Artikel

Google Compute Engine vs. Amazon Web Services cloud: The battle is on

With news this week that Google Compute Engine cloud is now generally available, the battle in the Infrastructure-as-a-Service market has hit a new level. The biggest question is: Can Google give the kingpin of the public IaaS market, Amazon Web Services (AWS), a run for its money » zum Artikel

5 things to watch for at Amazon's cloud show

Last year some 6,000 attendees trekked out to Las Vegas for the first customer conference of what many consider to be the leading public IaaS cloud provider: Amazon Web Services. AWS re:Invent 2012 saw the launch of a new data analytics and warehousing product, price drops on its services, and lots of tips and tricks for how to use Amazon's cloud. » zum Artikel

Hands-on with Kindle Fire HDX, Amazon's next-generation 7 and 9-inch tablets

Two years ago, Amazon introduced the Kindle Fire. It was the first affordable color tablet offered by a major hardware manufacturer, and certainly the first respectable tablet that fit in a coat pocket. » zum Artikel

Battle of the media ecosystems: Amazon, Apple, Google and Microsoft

Once upon a time, tech behemoths such as Microsoft and Apple battled to persuade businesses and consumers to purchase their computers, mobile devices or software packages. » zum Artikel

Amazon Web Services Will Continue to Disrupt Enterprises, IT Vendors

As I recently noted, much of the IT industry detests Amazon Web Services, with VMware in the lead. In my own discussions within the industry, it's obvious that AWS is regarded with a mixture of astonishment, loathing and fear. » zum Artikel

Marmalade spreads iOS games to Android

Using Marmalade Technologies' Juice tool, iOS developers can recompile their games to run on Android. » zum Artikel

GameStick Android game console set for September 30 retail launch

After several months of delays, GameStick has a final release date of September 30. » zum Artikel

Zynga trials Bitcoin payments for in-game purchases

Game developer Zynga is testing bitcoin for in-application purchases of virtual goods, becoming one of a growing number of online businesses accepting the virtual currency. » zum Artikel

Xbox One review: For gamers, yes, but you'll like it too

"It's a Trojan horse!" they said. When Microsoft released the original Xbox in 2001, the company dominated the computing world, and common wisdom held that its console was going to use games as a gateway to conquering your living room. In the end, the Xbox was just a games machine. The Xbox 360 was also called a Trojan horse, and although it eventually proved to be a popular way to watch Netflix, ... » zum Artikel

Gift Guide 2013: Games and gaming gear

Let's face it - this holiday season is going to be really good for the video gamer on your holiday list. Not only are there two new gaming consoles coming out (the Xbox One and Sony Playstation 4), but there are a bunch of games that will keep you entertained for months on end. Plus the accessories to enhance those games and experiences continue to be top-notch. » zum Artikel

Microsoft joins game-sale stampede with serious discounts for Xbox Live titles

Microsoft has cut the prices of many of its Xbox console titles. The software giant showed off the first round of discounted games Monday as part of its ongoing "Ultimate Game Sale." » zum Artikel

Mad Catz stalks Android gamers at E3 with a new console and controller

LOS ANGELES--Peripheral manufacturer Mad Catz brings a bevy of brightly colored gamepads and headsets to every E3, but this year it brought something unexpected: the M.O.J.O., a tiny black box that plays Android games and apps on your HDTV. » zum Artikel

$99 Ouya game console delayed until late June

If you weren't one of the early backers of Ouya's $100 Android game console, you'll have to wait a little bit longer to get one. » zum Artikel

Nadella returns Microsoft to 'magic of software' roots

Satya Nadella, Microsoft's new CEO, took the unexpected step Tuesday of addressing customers and partners in a 16-minute interview, and made it through without a misstep. » zum Artikel

Japan to tax sales of content downloaded from abroad

Japan is planning to tax sales of foreign online content such as e-books, apps and downloaded music by late 2015, according to a newspaper report. » zum Artikel

Japan to tax sales of content downloaded from abroad

Japan is planning to tax sales of foreign online content such as e-books, apps and downloaded music by late 2015. » zum Artikel

AWS introduces API tracking, Desktop-as-a-Service and app streaming

Amazon Web Services (AWS) kicked off its Re:Invent 2013 event in Las Vegas with a host of new announcements. » zum Artikel

Key Asian cloud suppliers to pit against each other

IDC predicts key Asian cloud suppliers to pit against each other resulting in a new leadership structure within the IT industry. » zum Artikel

Microsoft working on Kindle-like Xbox reading app for Windows 8

Microsoft's getting ready to follow Amazon, Apple, and Google into the reading game with an app for Windows to peruse e-books, magazines, and comics. The new app appears be part of Microsoft's cross-platform Xbox entertainment services, which currently include Xbox Music and Video. » zum Artikel

7-inch tablet showdown: Kindle Fire HDX vs. Nexus 7

Sure, sure. The tablet market is teeming with options, but are you seriously going to buy Sony's Xperia Tablet Z Or Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1, the 2014 edition No, you're not. That's because the tablet market has conveniently divided itself into two distinct product categories, with marquee devices on one side and "budget tablets" (see also: low performing) on the other. Thankfully, the truly great ... » zum Artikel

New AWS service AppStream offloads graphics work to the cloud

With its new AppStream offering, Amazon is offering intensive graphics processing as a service, with the promise of freeing developers from worrying about the rendering capabilities of each user's device. » zum Artikel

Review: Dueling hybrid cloud wizards

In the beginning, there was one block of bytes that was called "the application." Perhaps you toggled it into the front panel of the computer, perhaps you handed someone a deck of punch cards, or perhaps you dragged a single EXE file into your favorite folder. But there was one thing that was the application -- one tangible, immutable, unopenable thing -- and it was relatively easy to move or duplicate. » zum Artikel

Ouya's retail launch yields online sell-outs... and unhappy Kickstarter backers

Ouya has launched at retailers nearly one year after its Kickstarter debut, but it's already in short supply. » zum Artikel

Few use tablets to replace laptops

Many new tablets, including the new Kindle Fire HDX, are marketed as ways to create documents and other content for work-related tasks, instead of purely for home consumption of video and games. » zum Artikel

If $50 won't do it, what about $100 Microsoft sweetens trade-in deals for XP holdouts

Last week, Microsoft said it would offer a $50 discount for users upgrading from Windows XP. Now, it has upped the ante. » zum Artikel

The hottest Chinese Internet firms you've never heard of

These Internet services pop up on millions of PCs and smartphones every day, selling goods, processing searches and offering the latest in celebrity gossip. But if you're not Chinese, you probably won't recognize their names; they're catering to the giant population of China, and prospering from legions of loyal users. » zum Artikel

Why Netflix is one of the most important cloud computing companies

Netflix's Open Source Software strategy started on June 23, 2011. One of the company's senior software engineers had an idea: "At some point, I think it would be valuable to open source the Zookeeper library I've written," Jordan Zimmerman wrote to his bosses, talking about a piece of customized code he helped develop. "Does Netflix have a policy on that" » zum Artikel


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The victory of the mobile platform has wrought many changes in the enterprise world. Emails are now more succinct because no one can type at length with the tiny keyboards. Web pages are simpler because no one's eyes can read all the detail on the tiny screens. And the cloud is essential. Mobile phones and tablets can't exist without a healthy collection of services from distant machines in faraway racks.
Amazon Web Services is opening a datacenter in Beijing, where a limited number of companies will be able to host applications from early next year.