With an aim to transform education with the use of technology, Microsoft India has launched Edu-Cloud, a cloud computing-based offering that will …
Moving beyond railway stations in India, Google will soon begin working on its Station project to bring fast Wi-Fi at other public places.
About 150km south-east of Mumbai, the city of Pune will soon become the first place in the world to see Google deploy fast-internet hotspots at public places as part of its Station project, according to a person familiar with the matter.
The move comes as IT giant Larsen & Toubro (L&T), in association with Google, state-run internet service provider RailTel, and IBM form a consortium to bag a Rs 1,500 million ($ 22.2 million) with local authority Pune Smart City Development Corporation to turn Pune into a smart city.
“Cloud computing” has been an information technology darling since it became increasingly widespread over the past decade. Offering more flexible …
… a single cloud vendor to run their business. “A best of breed approach for cloud services will be the future of cloud computing for quite some time.” …
ead of the iPhone SE launch – a handset that is going to appeal to a much wider base than the geekerati of Silicon Valley – Apple has pulled in another celebrity to remind us all what the iPhone can do. But this is no Kenny Chesney promoting Apple Music or Stevie Wonder showing off the VoiceOver feature. Apple has pulled out the biggest gun it could find.
Rather than rely on cloud storage safeguards, Cryptomator encrypts your files before they even reach the cloud. Encrypting files locally means files with sensitive data stored in the cloud can’t be readily accessed if someone were to get to them.
So long as your cloud storage syncs with a local directory — and most popular ones like Google Drive or Dropbox
It’s not a fly-by-night service, either. Cryptomator has been in the works since 2014, and is now ready for prime time. Its developer, Tobias Hagemann, is also hard at work on a version for Android.
We already knew Samsung’s final Gear VR was coming in 2015. Now we have a price and a better sense of the release timing.
The mobile-based virtual reality headset will launch in North America “in time for Black Friday” and worldwide “shortly after,” as Samsung SVP of Technology Strategy Peter Koo revealed when he took the stage at the Oculus Connect keynote on Thursday. It’ll sell for $ 99.
The final build of the Gear VR is 22% lighter than the “Innovator Edition” that first launched in Dec. 2014. It’s also got a revised design that does away with the top head strap and a smarter design for the side-mounted touchpad, with an directional pad-shaped indentation that should make blindly operating the controls more convenient.