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Do you believe you can Fly?Flap your wings and touch the sky>Tap Tap Gameplay >2 Game Modes>Challenging but Fun
Fly your haggis to freedom avoiding the cans littering the sky.Tap to fly.Some artwork and ideas provided by my wife and my son aged 10.
Featured as "What's Hot" by Apple! Princess Amber is your little fairy friend and she loves to talk to you!! Talk to her and listen to what she...
OMG! Too many Papis (red ball guys) drop down from the sky.
"If it's the only game you get, make it Pungi."Come and Join in to get Pungi high into the sky collecting stars, visiting planets, as well as all...
The practice of using cloud computing to solve real development, deployment, and operations problems is generating more buzz than the vision and theory.
Venture capitalists are getting inundated by pitches claiming "cloud computing" tech, even when the claim is clearly a stretch. Already called the "next dot-com," the word "cloud" should be carefully applied to venture pitches.
What do you call a service that has a SaaS front end to a infrastructure-as-a-service back end? Have we further differentiated the IaaS space?
Big Blue's announcement of a new cloud-computing service for the enterprise market finally puts it solidly on the cloud map, without losing any of that signature IBM service.