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Update PS3 Software to 4.25, Get Free 1GB Cloud Storage

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The good news is that Sony is on your side. If you get software update 4.25 on your PlayStation 3, Sony is going to offer you an upgraded 1GB of online game save storage.

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Google Chromebox with Chrome OS Launches Attack on Mac Mini

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If you like the idea of living completely in the cloud, but you're not sold on bringing a Chromebook around with you, the Google Chromebox could be the answer for you.

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Asus Teases at Next-Gen Eee Pad Transformer Tablet (Video)

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"Join us as we introduce the truly incredible next transformations." Given that the only context where Asus has use the "transform" moniker is with an Eee Pad, we're pretty confident this week's event has something to do with a new tablet.

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Microsoft “Googlighting” Video Directly Attacks Google Apps in the Cheesiest Way

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Oh the irony of it all. We've all seen the commercials where Microsoft is telling us to go "to the cloud," but now the Big M has unleashed a vicious campaign aimed squarely at attacking the cloud-based solution we know as Google Apps.

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Apple iCloud now open to the public

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Apple has officially launched iCloud sooner than expected, granting you access right now.

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Kindle hits the cloud

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Amazon’s new “Cloud Reader” web app is now available for use on Safari and Chrome, promising the look and feel of the Kindle reader on any internet connection.

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Google Turns Zoltar: Prediction-based Fords Tracking You From The Clouds

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Ford may have implemented the Microsoft Sync system in many of their vehicles, but it's not turning to Bing for help here. Instead, the Blue Oval has diverted its attention to the Google Prediction API to "predict driver behavior," hopefully a bit better than Zoltar is at predicting "lucky" numbers.

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Microsoft Moves to the Cloud to Entice Enterprise Customers

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What are the first products that come to mind when you think about Microsoft? Undoubtedly, it's got to be Windows and Office. This is very clearly illustrated by the company's revenue figures, but the bulging vein in Ballmer's neck is looking to expand their business in, well, business apps.

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