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
As Google Glass closes to the mainstream sales, it is inevitable that users are going to expect ads could be seen in the Google Glass as what most apps in phones have.
But as Google delivers the Glass to developers, the tech giant is encouraging them to create apps for this wearable gadget without the ads. Yes, Google is banning developers that will serve ads on this new platform.
In the Google Mirror API terms of service, it allows third-party developers to help this technology and build apps, however, Google stresses clearly that developers . . . → Read More: Google Says Glass will not Serve Ads
A billion-story in the making.
Rumors are now spreading for a new Apple product. Some analysts say that this will revolutionize portable players, tablets, music, and smartphones, and will change people’s view on wristwatches. A tech expert believes that this could be worth billions to the super tech giant.
According to Oliver Chen, a Citigroup analyst, the rumored iWatch of the company could be billions of opportunity for them, pulling some numbers by around $6 billion. Furthermore, he thinks that there could be even plentier than $6 billion if the tech giant creates something that is totally fresh and new . . . → Read More: iWatch to profit $6 billion in the future
Is it true that Microsoft consumer is getting low pinch by pinch as Apple slowly or maybe quickly dominating the technology market?
Five years ago, Microsoft claimed a total profits of $14.398 billion and reported an income of $6.589 billion. A week ago, the company’s sales revenue was $17.407 billion and reported a profit of $6.374 billion – that is just a slight decrease which can be or might be recovered in the coming months. Microsoft is still expanding, although not speedy. And they are truly generating less money.
In comparison with Apple, Five years ago they reported . . . → Read More: Decreasing Consumer of Microsoft