The Usefulness of Facebook

I am a user of Facebook, but not a real fan. By stating this some may feel it’s pointless to read on. Well let…

Google Drive to offer free storage in the cloud

Google Drive to offer free storage in the cloud

Google is expected to shortly launch a major new consumer service offering cloud-based storage for photos and other online content.

The effort – dubbed Google Drive – is likely to offer 5GB (gigabytes) of free storage with more available for a monthly fee. It would challenge services including Dropbox and Microsoft’s SkyDrive. Experts suggest it could also force rival Facebook to enter the cloud market.

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Overview of the Open Platform for the PLAYSTATION®3 system

Thought I would re-post a soon to be non-existent feature of the original PS3. ————————————— There is more to the PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3™) computer entertainment system…

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How about Microsoft investing in OLPC and releasing a low-cost laptop for the masses?

Now here is an interesting question. Since Microsoft is dealing with bad PR, in relation to Vista, what would happen if Microsoft put its…

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