The peer-2-peer file sharing company, BitTorrent, have shared their latest data-synchronizing technology in the public for a free test.
The developers of BitTorrent uses the basic p2p sharing technology to send infos between users and eliminating the use of cloud services.
Yes! this sync technology eliminates the use of third party servers or cloud services such as Google Drive and Dropbox which have been aggressively leading in this service.
According to an analyst, the service would appeal to individual users for private use but not with big companies.
The San . . . → Read More: BitTorrent Introduces Free Alternative of Cloud Service to Public
Dropbox, the most popular cloud storage company is now moving to make their business get even more bigger. They are not just a company that sticks to the cloud and syncing business, they do have ambition and not just a small ambition, a very big ambition that wants to be in every internet users center of online needs or apps. To make this happen, the cloud storage company acquired the owner of the Mailbox app, Orchestra.
The question now is how much did it cost for the San Francisco-based company to acquire Orchestra? According to various . . . → Read More: Dropbox Acquires Mailbox
Harmful addictions are challenging to bust, but Research in Motion appears to be carrying out what ever it might to assist people restarted their own CrackBerrys for good. Take into account some of the reasons the actual Canadian producer in the BlackBerry smartphone will be suffering: an international blackout in mid-October; the actual Playbook tablet, a weak answer to the actual apple ipad tablet; and phones using internet surfing around that is equally laughably low-quality along with slower like molasses.
All of these problems imply that Research in motion people it’s very best existential turmoil yet. During a . . . → Read More: BlackBerry’s Problem