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by Dinesh Thakur

  Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing is a model that allows access to a shared pool of configurable computing resource (eg. networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) network on demand. Cloud computing literally, is the use of remote servers (usually accessible via the Internet) to process or store information. Access is usually using a Web browser. Save files on a server via the Internet is one example. The software itself can be mounted also on the remote computer.



 
by Dinesh Thakur

"AirDrop" is a very handy feature and easy to use for wireless file transfer between Mac, even outside the context of a home network. AirDrop arrived on the iPad and iPhone with iOS 7 and on Mac with Mac OS X Lion. Indeed not need a router or even connect to an existing Wi-Fi or Bluetooth network to use "AirDrop". There is nothing to set up, all you need is a recent Mac ("AirDrop" indeed requires a recent Mac to be activated) and communication will be made directly between Wi-Fi cards Mac (ad-hoc mode).

 
by Dinesh Thakur

There are several cloud-based storage options available these days. Some focus on letting you sync your files across multiple devices, others focus on simple file sharing, and still others aim to simplify collaboration on documents and projects.

 
by Dinesh Thakur

Android is an operating system of mobile Just like Symbain is owned by Nokia and it comes is Only Nokia Handsets. Android is a Software Combinational Kit for mobile devices in the software stack include an operating system, middleware and applications.

Android is the fastest growing mobile operating system. Android is the Google operating System because Google is actively developing the Android platform BUT is a free License Operating System that powers almost all the Super Smart phones today. Android Phone is embedded with a rich set of core applications that’s including an SMS program, email client, maps, browser, contacts, calendar and others.



 

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