Music streaming is going to reach the next level with Amazon jumping the bandwagon with its Amazon Music Unlimited. At just $4 per month, this new on-demand music streaming service is expected to take on Spotify, bringing cloud streaming services to the mainstream.
If you were looking for a service that accelerates the integration of IoT and mobile, HP’s Aruba has launched Aruba Mobile First Platform. The service will be available in the fourth quarter of 2016 and will provide real-time network insights to improve IoT and mobile user experiences and security.
Sprint, the massively popular telecom service provider has promised to provide 1 million high school students in the USA with free mobile devices and internet access. This is part of a program to bring technology to the underprivileged and poorer sections of the society. It would be great to see a similar move in India.
Dropbox is getting better. You will now be able to sign your PDFs, integrate iMessage with Dropbox and a picture-in-picture for iPad users. The iMessage integration is expected to help business collaborations and workplace communications to become more meaningful.