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Dropbox confirms Galaxy S III on AT&T and Verizon won't include 50GB storage

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If that extra Dropbox storage helped swing the Galaxy S III pendulum in your favor, and you're a customer of AT&T or Verizon, it's not good news. Droid Life reports that one such expectant customer was asking Dropbox, via its forums, where their storage was. The cloud-space provider informed...
Dropbox confirms Galaxy S III on AT&T and Verizon won't include 50GB storage
Kazuo Hirai: getting to know Sony's CEO

Google Drive: How about 5GB for free?

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The storage service will reportedly be unveiled next week with 5GB of free cloud space for each user. [Read more]...
Google Drive: How about 5GB for free?

Valve to include non-game software on its Steam platform starting September 5th in hopes of becoming major App Store?

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Gaming marketplace Steam is ready to be the third major desktop application store. Valve, the parent company of Steam, announced in a press release this afternoon the arrival of new non-gaming software on its store, launching September 5th. The titles Steam will offer range from “creativity to productivity” and...
Valve to include non-game software on its Steam platform starting September 5th in hopes of becoming major App Store?
Valve to offer non-gaming software through Steam starting September 5th
Valve launches non-gaming software on Steam after missing September release date

Dell and OnApp cooperate on pretested cloud packages

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OnApp and Dell have teamed up to create pretested cloud packages for service providers and make it easier for them to roll out services, which could result in more competition in the cloud space....
Dell and OnApp cooperate on pretested cloud packages
Microsoft wins 25,000-employee Office 365 contract with the EPA (Lockheed Martin will manage)

From cloud OS to personal cloud service, Jolicloud launches its iOS app

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Jolicloud is a service that has taken some time to find its way. In Silicon Valley speak, you might know those maneuvers as “pivots”, but it seems like Jolicloud has finally found a sweet spot for its cloud services. In what started out as an OS that let you download...
From cloud OS to personal cloud service, Jolicloud launches its iOS app

Birst Lands $26M From Sequoia, Hummer Winblad To Bring Big Data Analytics To The Masses

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Birst, a San Francisco-based startup that offers on-demand business intelligence and analytics solutions for companies big and small, has raised $26 million in series D financing, led by Sequoia Capital. Existing investors, including Hummer Winblad and DAG Ventures, also participated in the round, bringing Birst’s total funding to $46 million....
Birst Lands $26M From Sequoia, Hummer Winblad To Bring Big Data Analytics To The Masses

The Kindle Phone

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The Kindle Phone: So it looks like Amazon is entering the smartphone space as well — or at least thinking about it, if Tim Culpan, Olga Kharif and Ashlee Vance’s sources are correct. And they likely are. This is the obvious next step after the Android-powered Kindle Fire. The one glaring...
The Kindle Phone

Google Drive details leak: 5GB for free

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Google Drive will reportedly be unveiled next week with 5GB of free cloud space for each user....
Google Drive details leak: 5GB for free

EMC & IBM reportedly looking to buy Amazon cloud rival SoftLayer

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                   Sept. 9 - 10, 2013       San Francisco, CA           Early Bird Tickets on Sale Enterprise behemoths EMC and IBM are taking a close look at buying major infrastructure-as-a-service provider SoftLayer in a potential deal worth more than $2 billion, Reuters reports. Dallas-based SoftLayer closely competes...
EMC & IBM reportedly looking to buy Amazon cloud rival SoftLayer

Herschel Images Young Stars In The Rosette Cloud - Space News - redOrbit

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Herschel Images Young Stars In The Rosette Cloud - Space News - redOrbit

Get one year of unlimited Pogoplug cloud storage for $39

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This Cheapskate exclusive will save you more than 20 percent on a yearlong subscription to the service, which gives you all the cloud space you can eat. [Read more]...
Get one year of unlimited Pogoplug cloud storage for $39

LG Cloud launches, guns after iCloud on mobile, PC, TV

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LG has formally launched into the cloud space on Monday with a beta of LG Cloud. The service is intended as a non-exclusive way to quickly shuttle music, photos, and videos between the various devices in LG"s ecosystem, including PCs, smartphones, and TVs. By including the TV, it carries the...
LG Cloud launches, guns after iCloud on mobile, PC, TV

Norton Identity Safe syncs, locks down passwords

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Norton dipped into a new field for itself Monday with Identity Safe. The app gives Macs, Windows PCs, iOS devices (App Store) and Android (Google Play) a cloud space that stores an encrypted keychain of passwords, similar to AgileBits' 1Password. Going beyond its rival, Norton adds both a unified social...
Norton Identity Safe syncs, locks down passwords
Oh, that Pixel Chomebook: It will make some people very happy

Already awash in cloud cash, Virtustream raises $15M more

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Cloud computing provider Virtustream — a hot player in the enterprise cloud space — has raised another $15 million in investment capital. The money came from existing investors Intel Capital, Columbia Capital, Noro-Moseley Partners and TDF, as well as new investor QuestMark Capital.This round brings Virtustream’s total funding to $75 million....
Already awash in cloud cash, Virtustream raises $15M more

Dell and OnApp cooperate on pretested cloud packages

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OnApp and Dell have teamed up to create pretested cloud packages for service providers and make it easier for them to roll out services, which could result in more competition in the cloud space.The packages provide all that's needed to roll out a virtual infrastructure for public and private...
Dell and OnApp cooperate on pretested cloud packages

ASUS Qube announced at CES: Google TV arrives with on-screen cube interface

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While the FCC may have already punctured ASUS' surprise, at least the company's now made it official. ASUS' first Google TV device is coming and will arrive with 50GB of WebStorage cloud space and access to over 100,000 movies and TV shows through Netflix and Amazon Instant Video. It'll...
ASUS Qube announced at CES: Google TV arrives with on-screen cube interface

Sponsored post: Your stuff, your way. No matter where you are

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You’ve got work to do. And when you want to be productive, you shouldn’t be limited by restrictions such as time and place. Enter Cubby by LogMeIn — the easiest way to sync and share your stuff digitally. Flexibility for your stuff Most cloud solutions force you to conform to their storage...
Sponsored post: Your stuff, your way. No matter where you are
VMware buys multi-cloud manager DynamicOps

Last week on GigaOM Research: all cloud, all the time

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While a series of acronyms dominated the news this week – WWDC, PRISM, E3 – over on GigaOM Research, our analysts were laser-focused on the cloud. This week, we’re featuring three in-depth research reports that look at the cloud in three distinct ways. No surprise there, as Structure, our signature...
Last week on GigaOM Research: all cloud, all the time
Box rival Egnyte overhauls HybridCloud storage solution for businesses

And whomp, here it is: The Pivotal Initiative brought to you by VMware and EMC

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At long last here it is: The long-simmering  VMware-EMC spin-off that is. The Pivotal Initiative will focus on bringing resources from the two parent companies to bear on big data and cloud application platforms, according to a statement from the companies The effort, to be led by Paul Maritz, who was the...
And whomp, here it is: The Pivotal Initiative brought to you by VMware and EMC
How my 10 cloud predictions for 2012 panned out

Will You Invest in Josh Weinstein’s Cloud?

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Mr. Weinstein. (Twitter) Last week, Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss of Facebook and HarvardConnection fame appeared on CNBC's Squawk Box to talk about their new fund, Winklevoss Capital Partners. Like many investors, they're interested in investing in the cloud. "We think the cloud is going to be huge, it already is,"...
Will You Invest in Josh Weinstein’s Cloud?
HP, Oracle, Microsoft prep for cloudapalooza
Valve's Steam: Not just for games anymore
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