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December 8, 2012 By Leonide Principe

Ariau for iPhone

Independent developer and photographer Leonide Principe today is pleased to introduce Ariau Amazon Towers written by Francisco Ritta...

March 4, 2011 By Phanfare


Imagine your entire photo and video collection securely stored in the cloud and available wherever you go, with musical slideshows...

June 6, 2011 by

Staffing up for the cloud future

The last paragraph of my last blog post glossed over perhaps the most important part of the change in Microsoft's data centre strategy - the fact that it's hiring a new cadre of cloud data centre engineers with internet scale experience, bringing in staff who've been at companies that were built at cloud scale from the start; from Amazon, from Google, and from Facebook.

January 20, 2010 by

Forget about apps on the Kindle and focus on content

Larry pointed out this morning in his post that Amazon is opening up the Kindle for application development and I wanted to chime in with my thoughts since I am a huge ebook reader fan. The geek in me likes to see new devices through in everything, but the kitchen sink. However, as I have stated before I want my ebook experience to be void of distractions so I can just read my book. My primary reason for carrying an ebook reader over a regular book is the convenience of carrying many titles in a small form factor and buying books for less than hardback prices. While my B&N nook has multiple connectivity support I only like and need this to help get content onto the device. After that, I want an isolated book experience where I can sit on the couch and read for an hour or two without being bothered.

November 4, 2008 by

Kindle clamor keeps confusing

Despite being given the royal thumbs-up from Oprah last week, the Amazon Kindle looks to be a technology in search of a market. After some hands-on experience, I must say that the reality is much worse than I imagined.

August 1, 2007 by

Amazon experiments with groceries

Amazon appears to experimenting with grocery deliveries in Seattle. The invite only service, which was highlighted by Michael Arrington at TechCrunch, is dubbed Amazon Fresh and promises a fresh selection, value and convenience of grocery shopping online.

July 10, 2006 by

Making Mashups Mobile 1

Mike Fisher and Ben Widhelm, founders of ElephantDrive, show how their mashup with Intel’s Mobile SDK and Amazon S3 APIs have improved their customers’ user experience by improving mobile aspects of an existing web solution.


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