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TP-LINK has collaborated with Google to introduce OnHub, a new kind of router designed to keep up with the latest technology in the home, and help make Wi-Fi faster, more secure, and easy to use. OnHub addresses some of the most significant challenges associated with Wi-Fi today. It’s designed to be out in the open,…

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The global IoT in retail market is expected to grow from USD 14.28 billion in 2015 to USD 35.64 billion by 2020, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 20.07%, according to Research and Markets’ “Internet of Things in Retail Market – Global Forecast to 2020” report. The key players in this market include…

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Recent cut by Amazon of its cloud prices are still not enough to rival Google's cloud storage prices. The slash by Amazon comes after Google announced a reduction of its storage costs – Google made a reduction on its pricing by a very high margin compared to those of their competitors such as Microsoft, Rackspace, and HP.

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Google has upgraded its platform cloud to include a dedicated memcache, rendering the company's technology characteristically akin to the floating silos operated by Microsoft and Amazon. The open source object caching system, Memcache, is a dedicated serviced for storage of key-value data from multiple servers in pooled RAM. Its adoption by Google App Engine (GAE) comes packaged in the 1.8.2 release of the platform cloud.

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The annual meeting Mobile World Congress, ongoing this week in Barcelona, seems to mark more than any other event the end of Apple dominance in the global market for smartphones and tablets and the rise of some rivals with more open operating systems.

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Since November, the three leading cloud storage vendors have slashed prices for data storage per month, offering massive discounts for the first terabyte. Amazon Web Services reduced prices by up to 28% to 9.5 cents, extending reductions to its nine regional centers. Google Cloud Storage dropped data rates by 30% to 8.5 cents. Microsoft Windows Azure slashed its prices by 12% to 8.5 cents.

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