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Gaming Industry Heads in the Cloud Streaming movies has become the bread and butter of online entertainment and it seems that many others companies are meaning to jump on this trend of instant access. Now Netflix has created their own television series that are strictly online, music can be streamed like a radio giving you the option to pick the songs you want to with Spotify, and now Microsoft and Sony are trying to do the same with video games. With the new Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 releasing at the end of the year Microsoft and Sony have
Cloud News On The Cloud: December 28th, 2012 The last week of 2012 brings good news to cloud specialists, companies and fans. The entertainment world has a strong presence in the Cloud with music streaming apps and small projectors to share your cloud experience with friends. And companies are moving their production and testing technologies in the Cloud which further creates millions of job openings for Cloud specialists. Music in The Cloud This week the New York Times has hit us with a entire plethora of articles on The Cloud and what is great about them is the fact that they point to the
SoundCloud, But Better SoundCloud has announced a redesign. The social sound platform’s new design will be available immediately but only through via private beta invites. Ho hum. It will go out to everyone else in the coming months. SoundCloud launched in 2008 and wants to make sharing sound as easy as sharing photos and videos on the internet. A niche that just may make their business one of the next big things. This is how SoundCloud describe themselves: Capture a voice, moment or music in seconds or upload audio you’ve already created. I use SoundCloud for my online magazine and
At IBM PartnerWorld 2011, IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced that Music Mastermind, a mid-sized independent entertainment and technology company, will deploy SoundBetter, the audio processing suite behind its create-and-share music platform, on IBM’s Smart Business cloud service. Music Mastermind’s SoundBetter is a groundbreaking technology that eliminates the traditional effort required to master music, breaking down barriers to creativity and allowing anyone to instantly become a recording artist. Faced with the need to expand globally while balancing development and distribution costs, the three-year-old startup chose IBM’s Smart Business cloud services to increase scalability, reduce power requirements, and eliminate the need for an
Cloud Music Services It looks like yet another company is stepping up to the plate regarding the offering of online digital music downloads. Based on a report from Billboard.com Google will be looking to challenge Apples iTunes online music service in the coming months. But wait, wasn’t it just 2 short weeks ago that Sony announced at the IFA conference in Berlin that they to will be vying for the coveted spot of digital download supremacy? Well it’s true. It looks to me like there will be 3 Players in this game. Apple, Sony and Google and this should get