Tag: Cloud Computing

Fotobounce 3.1 plugs some big holes, but a few more tweaks needed

By Ted Kritsonis

Face recognition is fast becoming a staple of photo editing software because of the simple fact that it helps organize growing libraries of digital photos. The latest version of Fotobounce fills in some crucial gaps in organizing and sharing full resolution photos, but some extra tweaks would’ve made this update even better.

Netflix streaming video service reviewed

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The on-demand and universally accessible nature of Netflix are its strongest features. Whatever you choose to watch appears instantly, not unlike how YouTube plays back its videos. You can also scrub forward and backwards to move through video quickly.

The Tablet Wars Begin

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The Galaxy Tab and BlackBerry PlayBook’s size seem to address the biggest complaint about the iPad, that it is too big and heavy to be held with one hand for prolonged periods of use. The biggest indicator of the newcomers’ competitive viability, aside from specs and features, is price. Competing tablets need to undercut the iPad to be even remotely interesting to consumers.

Mobile OS Shootout

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The modern smartphone relies on three critical components in order to be competitive in today’s market. Great hardware, a capable and stable OS and an application ecosystem powered by strong developer support and an app store.

Consumer Devices Head for the Clouds

by Lee Rickwood

As always, the future is uncertain…cloudy, in fact.

But two predictions are safe to make about the increased importance of cloud computing and mobile TV.