[wpaudio url=”https://media.shellypalmer.com/wp-content/images/usrn/120427_SHELLYPALMER_GEN_BED.mp3″ text=”Click to play … ” dl=”0″] Google Drive, Google’s version of Dropbox was announced the other day and there are already geeks grumbling about Google’s privacy policy.  As it’s written, it could be interpreted in a way that would make you think that Google would not only have access to, but also have Continue Reading →
Google
You could think of Google Drive as Google’s answer to Dropbox or Microsoft’s SkyDrive or any one of a dozen cloud storage systems, but it’s not.  Google Drive is so integrated with Google Apps for Business, Google Docs and Google that it is destined to become the seminal point of “the” paradigm shift to business Continue Reading →
[wpaudio url=”https://media.shellypalmer.com/wp-content/images/usrn/120425_SHELLYPALMER_GEN_BED.mp3″ text=”Click to play … ” dl=”0″] Move over Dropbox, get out of the way Microsoft SkyDrive, there’s a new kid on the block – GoogleDrive is here and, at first glance, it looks like an outstanding service.  GoogleDrive is fully integrated with Google Apps and, with 5GB of free storage, and competitively priced Continue Reading →
HTC One
HTC is streamlining its mobile business and announced that it would launch future devices under the brand HTC One. The company is also answering Apple’s iCloud by striking a deal with Dropbox to bring 25GB of cloud storage to anyone who buys one of its devices. Read the full article at TechCrunch.com Continue Reading →
[wpaudio url=”https://media.shellypalmer.com/wp-content/images/usrn/120227_SHELLYPALMER_GEN_BED.mp3″ text=”Click to play … ” dl=”0″] An investigation found that mobile apps including Flickr and Yahoo! Messenger can access your private data like text messages and contacts. While you shouldn’t worry that someone is reading your messages, you should be aware of what data you give apps permission to access. In other news, Continue Reading →
Google
According to the Wall Street Journal, Google plans on launching a cloud-storage service. Similar to Dropbox, Google Drive will let users store files online for free, making them accessible on any Internet-connected device. A paid account will grant you even more storage space. Read the full article at WSJ.com Continue Reading →
[wpaudio url=”https://media.shellypalmer.com/wp-content/images/usrn/120210_SHELLYPALMER_GEN_BED.mp3″ text=”Click to play … ” dl=”0″] Kodak announced that it’s getting out of the digital camera business in the first half of this year. The move comes as a cost savings measure after filing for bankruptcy protection last month. Kodak will license its brand to other camera makers and focus on manufacturing printers Continue Reading →
SkyDrive
There are a bunch of options for storing your files in the cloud and Microsoft’s newest promotion is the biggest yet. If you’re an iOS user, Microsoft’s SkyDrive app will let you store up to 25GB of music, documents and files and sync them across devices, for free. SkyDrive has less features than a program Continue Reading →
droid-bionic
After nine months of hype, the Verizon Moto Droid Bionic is finally here.  It is the biggest, baddest, killinest, coolest, fastest, awesomest 4G LTE phone available on Verizon.  For $299 with a two-year service agreement, you can enjoy the very best features Android-powered smart phones have to offer. Should you buy one?  If I were Continue Reading →
Orlando Jones
This week on Shelly Palmer Digital Living, Actor/Comedian, Orlando Jones talks with Shelly about digital parenting. John Abell, wired.com’s NY Bureau Chief and Shelly discuss Google’s accusations that Bing is stealing their search results and calling them its own. Shelly’s got some cool websites, great Google tips, important information about backing-up your computer, advice about Continue Reading →