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Chrome OS, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Cloud

Yesterday, Google finally took the cover off Chrome OS and, in so doing, gave a bunch of foamy-mouthed tech journalists an idea of what to expect once consumers are able to get their hands on it late next year. There weren't many surprises in the announcement. Chrome OS is a tweaked Chrome browser running on top of a streamlined version of Linux -- exactly what most were expecting. We can already...

T-Mobile and Microsoft Deal With Sidekick Data Loss Disaster

The Sidekick data outage has passed the one-week mark and is quickly closing in on two. What was supposed to be a day or two of inconvenience for customers has turned into an epic public relations disaster for T-Mobile, Microsoft, Danger, and the very concept of cloud computing. Since the outage began last Friday, many users are still without access to personal data stored on Danger and Micros...

Can't Organize? Love to Organize? Either Way, Evernote Can Help.

Evernote What it is: Evernote is a note-taking tool that lets you store information online and quickly reference it from any Web-connected computer or mobile phone. You can clip parts of Web pages, save text, images, or even hand-written notes. It's a place "in the cloud" to store anything you might need to recall at a later date -- be it a to-do list, meeting notes, Web research, a picture ...

Google Announces Chrome OS: Is It Worth the Buzz?

It finally happened. Late Tuesday, Google announced it will launch the Chrome operating system (an open source, Web-based, and lightweight OS initially targeted at netbooks) in the second half of 2010. As expected, the Web went wild with hyperbole. Some called the announcement 'the mother of all bombs on its chief rival' and others said it is 'as much a threat to Microsoft as a mosquito is to a ...