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Monday: January 4, 2010

Ten technologies that will somehow manage to rock 2010.Ten technologies that will somehow manage to rock 2010.

This covers all the bases that you've probably heard about somehow. For example, the soon-to-be-released-not-so-fabled-after-all Apple tablet, the perils of net neutrality, the hazy goodness of cloud computing, and mind altering views that you can see with some augmented reality. Woohoo.

Posted to Weekdaily filed in Technology @ 6:24 AM | Tags (9) | 2010 | apple | cloud | computing | globalthoughtz | netphone | neutrality | tablet | technology |  | Discuss (0) |  | facebook | twitter | 24 Clicks | Posted by Vin


Tuesday: December 29, 2009

Verizon would like you to know they think slate computers will be all the rage in 2010.Verizon would like you to know they think slate computers will be all the rage in 2010.

Gee, this wouldn't have anything to do with a certain company coming out with a certain product that may or may not be tablet-related does it? Maybe this is a clue that Verizon will have something to do with the impending iSlate? Maybe it's just wishful thinking.

Posted to Weekdaily filed in Interesting @ 9:56 AM | Tags (8) | 2010 | apple | cnet | computing | prediction | slate | tablet | verizon |  | Discuss (0) |  | facebook | twitter | 20 Clicks | Posted by Vin


Monday: November 16, 2009

IBM now offering cloud computing services too.IBM now offering cloud computing services too.

IBM, the world's biggest technology services company, has lagged behind younger companies in rolling out cloud services. But it is still early days for the cloud industry, which Gartner Research estimates will ring up sales of about $3.4 billion this year.

Posted to Weekdaily filed in Technology @ 5:34 PM | Tags (7) | billions | cloud | computing | ibm | industry | sales | technology |  | Discuss (0) |  | facebook | twitter | 8 Clicks | Posted by Vin


Thursday: October 22, 2009

Disney would like you to be able to watch your movies anywhere.Disney would like you to be able to watch your movies anywhere.

Disney's new initiative is called 'Keychest' and you just might be able to have your movies delivered via some nifty cloud-computing concepts. They also hope that the initiative will prolong the relevancy of DVDs and Blu-ray so don't go throwing away all of your discs just yet.

Posted to Weekdaily filed in Technology @ 8:13 AM | Tags (9) | availability | bluray | cloud | computing | devices | disney | dvds | movies | technology |  | Discuss (0) |  | facebook | twitter | 10 Clicks | Posted by Vin


Tuesday: July 28, 2009

Ten computing tasks you probably won't be doing with Google's Chrome OS.Ten computing tasks you probably won't be doing with Google's Chrome OS.

You won't be leaving your desktop PC behind anytime soon, even after it's officially released.

Posted to Weekdaily filed in Google @ 2:48 PM | Tags (6) | chrome | computing | google | os | system | tasks |  | Discuss (0) |  | facebook | twitter | 37 Clicks | Posted by Vin


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