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Cloud Hosting vs. Traditional Hosting In an era of tight budgets many businesses, from enterprise level to small and medium sized business, are looking for efficient ways to manage their web hosting needs. The hosting environment is changing, and some are now looking beyond traditional setups, and into the possibilities of cloud hosting through AWS or Azure services. Traditional...

Amazon unleashes unlimited storage for $5 a month Amazon this week released Unlimited cloud storage for individuals for $5 a month ($59.99 per year). Amazon’s Unlimited Everything Plan allows users to store an infinite number of photos, videos, files, documents, movies and music in its Cloud Drive. The site also announced a separate $12 per year plan for unlimited...

Amazon Web Services cuts the cost of sending data by 43% In the battle of the cloud platform, Market-leading public cloud Amazon Web Services is at it again, reducing the price of its services. Today it’s networking costs that are getting lower. The new price cuts affect the process of pushing data from Amazon’s cloud services onto the Internet. Amazon is also...

By Nick Summers (TheNextWeb) In a move that will surprise absolutely no-one, Amazon today unveiled its first smartphone. The device has a 4.7 inch IPS LCD HD display, made of Gorilla Glass. It displays at 590 nits of brightness, and has a circular polarizer to improve viewing angles outdoors. The smartphone itself is black and surrounded by a rubberized frame. It...

By Matt Burns (TechCrunch) Spotify has nothing to worry about. Prime Music is not going to eat its lunch yet. But not because of the lack of available tracks: The interface is from a by-gone era, yet Amazon says it should be familiar to its Prime customers. The retail giant launched its first music streaming service today. Called Prime Music, the service offers over 1 million tracks but lacks releases...