PS4: Hype Or Reality The wait is finally finished; the release of the PS4 is this Thursday at midnight! Sony PS4 has had quite a bit of attention over the past few months all due to this cloud enhanced gaming console. The release is going to be an epic event for all gamers. Many cities across the United States have begun to have people converge into a line for the midnight release. Sony is hosting an event in New York and has extra PS4 games. It has many of the top game sites having countdown counters to the day of
Cloud Sites in the eye of Super Storm Sandy Hanging by a Moment Super storm Sandy is the old man of the sea wrecking havoc everywhere, from data centers to homes. However, it seems like the American spirit is not yet doused by the news as disaster recovery is underway. According to Fox News, a woman told the New York governor that she had lost all her effects and even then, those around were reiterating to return and start from scratch. Echoing these views were site managers and colocation service providers, who as it is now, are hanging by a
The Great Cloud Race: HP Battles Amazon (and IBM) For Tech Supremacy The cloud’s ongoing growth has in-the-know tech experts watching its progress with proud, loving eyes. Yet as with any burgeoning development, it’s taken time for cloud computing to be fully embraced by the establishment — to wit, major companies such as Google and Amazon. Many a new company has introduced itself to the tech world via some application or program that flaunts cloud’s best side. Recent developments have now revealed bigwig tech corporations now getting in on the cloud as a way to make a mark on futurity.
Implementing SaaS in Education in the United States The United States has always encountered problems with regards to the competitiveness of its population. Indeed, this particular problem has been even more emphasized today, especially with the crushingly intense global competition. Fortunately, Software-as-as-Service (SaaS) tools, along with other cloud computing services have dramatically grown in the last couple of years which have, so far, been sufficient to fill up the needs of the schools (Kaplan, 2010). According to Kaplan, the United States’ government has been aggressively criticized by some organizations and politicians for not doing much to solve the decline of
US Senator Seeks Federal Funding for New York Cloud Computing Center It’s no secret that the US Government is a big supporter of cloud computing. Although this support has declined slightly from the days when former Federal Chief Information Officer Vivek Kundra was at the helm of the country’s information technology initiatives (See: The Architect of the Official Cloud Computing Revolution – CIO Vivek Kundra), cloud computing still manages to get considerable attention in the US administration (See: US Cyber Command Chief Gives Cloud Computing Security His Vote of Confidence). Now, it seems individual lawmakers have also decided to get
Bloomberg Report: Zynga Rises in Debut After Raising $1B in IPO Zynga Inc., the largest maker of games for Facebook, was little changed in its first day of trading after raising $1 billion in an initial public offering that gave it a higher valuation than Electronic Arts Inc. (ERTS) The shares, listed on the Nasdaq Stock Market under the symbol ZNGA, gained 1 cent to $10.01 at 11:36 a.m. New York time. The developer of games such as “CityVille,” “FarmVille” and “Mafia Wars” sold 100 million shares for $10 each, the top end of an $8.50 to $10 range, Zynga said in a