With the fall/winter 2013 release of Playstation 4 and Xbox One, the console
world is starting to buzz about the possibilities of Cloud gaming. Now, we
have to admit, we normally use this space to blog about more VPS Cloud
centric topics however, we, like you, are nerds, geeks and gamers. Due to
this, we are going to break from our normal indulgence in Cloud tech to talk
about the future of console gaming and how it relates to the Cloud.
Cloud Gaming: A Short History
Before we can chat about the real subject of this post (the Cloud
capabilities of PS4 vs. Xbox One), we have to take some time to cover the
history of Cloud gaming. From the founding of Cloud gaming at the turn of the
millennium to last year’s acquisition of Gaikai (the world’s largest
Cloud gaming community) by Sony to Microsoft’s announcement that legacy
games will only be playable by way of optical di... (more)
Google Fiber is Coming to Austin, TX
If you are like us, for the past few years you have been rabidly following
the development, the implementation, the road blocks and the growing success
of Google Fiber. With a growing presence in the Kansas City area and now a
growing sphere in Austin, TX, Google Fiber is begining to branch out to
various parts of the country supplying consumers with 1 gig connections that
are putting pressure on other Internet/broadband providers locally and
nationally. But the question remain, with the promise of 1 gig speeds, what
is the true importance of... (more)
On December 16, 2013, our friends over at Compare the Cloud wrote a blog
called “The Day Computing Changed Forever – and We All Missed it.” The
blog centered on what the future of the Cloud could hold for society.
Ironically enough, the post was published on the same day that Google
(pictured below) announced it’s new line of products – four legged
military machines. SkyNet anyone?
Anyway, in the post our friends over at Compare the Cloud set the stage for
what the future of the Cloud and IT in general could look like. From
operating in the world via customized avatars, to fitt... (more)
New Year’s Resolution:
From Jan 6th to Jan 11th, save 25% on all your Linux and Windows Cloud
That’s right. One month, Three months, Six Months or a Full Year of Cloud
Servers at 25% off. Resolve to Save Money in 2014. Use Case Sensitive Coupon
Please Note: Promo only applies to the three, six, nine or full year package
purchased. The promo does not extend any further.
On January 6, 2014, our social media and content friends over at Brafton
published an article titled, “Google forgives fast: Rap Genius on the path
to SEO recovery.” The article touches on how, if you manage to fall into
the dreaded slap of Google, by following the correct SEO practices, Google
will reinclude your site quickly in SERP’s. Without coming down too harshly
on this editorial, we couldn’t disagree more with this content if we tried.
We are sorry Brafton, we love you but on this note, you’re wrong.
First, Admit Your Mistakes
Here is your scenario. You run a company which... (more)