Project xCloud is the best way to play your favorite Xbox titles on the go, through your phone, tablet, and starting in 2020 on your PC as well. Project xCloud’s Public Preview is expanding, with now over 50 games that you can access in even more countries, and soon more supported devices. Game Developers, Hardware Developers, and Telecommunications companies are partnering with Microsoft to help bring the best mobile gaming experience to the community. Finally, Game Streaming, the ability to stream your own home Xbox to your mobile device, will be coming in 2020 and will be bundled with Xbox Game Pass.
At Backblaze, the entrepreneurial spirit is in our DNA: Our founders started out in a cramped Palo Alto apartment, worked two years without pay, and bootstrapped their way to the stable, thriving startup we are today. We’ve even written a series about some of the lessons we learned along the way.
But Backblaze is a sample size of one, so we periodically reach out to other experts to expand our startup test cases and offer more insights for you. In that regard, we’re happy to invite Lars Lofgren to the blog.
Credit-card small and greyhound fast, One Touch SSD is a portable solid state drive that’s perfect for streaming stored videos directly to your laptop, transferring photos, and backing up content on the go. Featuring a minimalist woven-fabric design and continuous backup via USB interface, it’s a stylish and convenient SSD for Mac and Windows.
It’s almost impossible to ignore the constant drumbeat of news about the latest cloud security data breach. From the headlines, one would think they are basically inevitable, an unavoidable cost of business as businesses move to the cloud. The fact is, however, they’re not. Even more important to note is that there are concrete steps organizations can take to substantially reduce the risk of a cloud security breach from ever occurring at all.
Today, at Google for Nigeria we introduced Gallery Go: a photo gallery, designed to work offline, that uses machine learning to automatically organize and make your photos look their best. Gallery Go helps first time smartphone owners easily find, edit, and manage photos, without the need for access to high-speed internet or cloud backup.