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Glide Cloud Apps and Services Available for QNX, Android Honeycomb and WebOS


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Glide is a interesting cloud storage service that has recently announced support for QNX, iOS, Android Honeycomb and webOS, allowing for sharing and collaboration between the iPad2, HP Touchpad, Motorola XOOM, Samsung Galaxy, BlackBerry Playbook and other tablets. With Glide, you can securely share videos, music, documents and photos, as well as access, edit and share files that are synced or uploaded from your PC, Mac and other devices. Glide offers 30GBs of free storage which makes it a pretty enticing solution for anyone looking for a cloud storage service. This is definitely something we’re going to try out when the PlayBook hits. Speaking of which, the iPad 2 is going on sale shortly for East coast.

Check out Glide over at glidelife.com.

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Glide OS launches free BlackBerry app for micro-blogging



Glide OS is an ad free cloud storage and computing solution that provides a free suite of rights-based productivity and collaboration applications with 20GBs of storage. While I haven’t tried the OS, I like the idea of all my apps and desktop sitting in the cloud, to free up resources for my hardware.
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BlackBerry cross-platforming it up


GlideGlide, a cross-platform free Flash-based web operating system, will be including BlackBerry compatability, alongside Windows, Mac, Linux, Palm, Windows Mobile and Symbian for their new calendar, address book and a chat client applications now available with version 2.0 of their software. All of the new functions will be able to sync up data as needed between your device and Glide.

This is the first I’ve seen of Glide, and it looks pretty impressive; it’s taking Google’s approach to free web-based utilities just one step further, and adding in some social integration for spice. Their focus on privacy seems to be a bit of a jab at Google’s recent troubles on that front, and certainly acknowledges them as competitors.

BBCool HQ is actually on the lookout for some contact management stuff across different platforms, so keep an eye out for a review to see how Glide fares.