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Amazon’s Cloud Storage Reaches 1 Trillion Files

Amazon’s S3 storage system launched in 2006. Since then, a trillion files have been uploaded onto the service. Jeff Barr, Amazon blog ...

MacBook Air Gets an Overhaul

The biggest feature that has been focused on about the 2012 MacBook Air is the anticipated silicon upgrade, which boasts “up to ...

44,000 Credit Card Numbers Stolen – and It’s Not Over Yet

A Dutchman was accused this week of stealing more than 44,000 credit card numbers. He stood in front of the U.S. federal ...

Apple: Taking Over All of the Screens in Your Home

Apple started out as a small company with small ideas. In the past decade, however, the company has flourished and become one ...

Usage of Tablets Doubles in a Single Year

The iPad was released a little over two years ago, and all it’s done for Apple since then is make them a ...

RIM Discontinues 16GBlackBerry PlayBook

RIM’s 16GB PlayBook isn’t generating enough revenue with its price tag of $199, so the company has decided to discontinue it completely. ...

Facebook Brings an Easier Mobile Buying Platform to Their Users

Facebook’s mobile payment system has always been a bit tedious, so yesterday the social network rolled out a new one. Instead of ...

Toshiba Excite Line Just Became More Exciting

Even though the iPad is still dominating the market of tablets, Toshiba is attempting to catch up with their new line of ...

How Offsite Backup Can Protect a Business

Imagine what could happen if all your business data gets lost through unforeseen circumstances like a computer crashing, theft, or disasters such as fire, floods, and the like. Lost data ...

Finding Wi-Fi Hot Spots is Going to Get Easier

Connecting to the internet with your smartphone and tablet may become easier in upcoming years thanks to the GSM Association and the Wireless Broadband Alliance. The two companies, which represent ...