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[Android] Cloudii is a cloud storage manager that connects to Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, and Box simultaneously
Cloud storage is pretty popular these days. In fact, lots of people use multiple services to store and access content. Previously, we’ve covered CarotDAV which is a Windows application that allows you to connect to multiple cloud storage accounts simultaneously through a single portal. It’s great, except the driving idea [...]Read More »
New Copy.com cloud storage service gives free 5 GB storage plus free 5 GB for every person you refer
I’m guessing between Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, and iCloud, most people have their cloud storage needs fulfilled. However, that hasn’t stopped competing cloud storage services from cropping up. Copy is the latest to join the fray.
Copy is a new cloud storage service by Barracude Networks, a company networking hardware. [...]Read More »
Last year Google integrated Google Drive with Gmail, allowing users to send attachments as large as 10GB. Microsoft has similar integration of Outlook.com (the new Hotmail) and SkyDrive that allows users to send attachments up to 300MB big. Yahoo doesn’t have its own cloud storage service, but it doesn’t want [...]Read More »
A few years back Dropbox was just another cloud storage/backup startup. Now with over 100,000,000 registered users and 1,000,000,000 files being saved every day, Dropbox is the cloud storage startup.
Earlier this week Dropbox CEO Drew Houston announced there are now over 100 million registered users on Dropbox, a 200% [...]Read More »
Still haven’t decided upon a cloud storage service provider? Maybe Glide is more up your ally.
Glide OS is a web-based, HTML5 operating system developed by TransMedia. Essentially it is a web app that runs in all major browsers on any operating system, but TransMedia like to refer to it [...]Read More »
Have you ever wanted an easy way to share your videos, pictures and documents with family and friends? Well, now with Droplr you can. This is a service that is well-known for Mac and iOS, but many people are not aware that they have an app for Windows as well.[...]Read More »
While playing around with the Galaxy Note II at IFA 2012, German website BestBoyz discovered something in the Note II which Samsung did not officially announce: ‘S Cloud’. Could this be the S Cloud service Samsung has been rumored to be working on? A cloud storage service by Samsung? Maybe. [...]Read More »
Do you know what Dropbox, Skydrive, Google Drive, and Box.net all have in common? They don’t give 50GB of free cloud storage. (Okay, you can get 50GB of free storage on Box.net if you fulfill some specific requirements but for the purposes of this poetic introduction, let’s assume that isn’t [...]Read More »
RapidShare unveils RapidDrive, a cloud storage service expected to rival Dropbox, Skydrive, Google Drive, etc.
Hoping to make a stand in the cloud storage arena, RapidShare has stepped in with RapidDrive, a cloud storage service that will act as an active competitor for established services such as Dropbox, Skydrive, Google Drive, etc.
Technically speaking RapidDrive isn’t a cloud storage service in of itself. The cloud [...]Read More »
Get 50 GB of cloud storage space on Box.net for free! [Android device, HP Touchpad, or BlackBerry Playbook required]
Cloud storage industry is extremely competitive with very low barriers to entry. Really almost anyone can rent a server and start their own cloud storage company, if they wish. Because of this highly competitive nature, various cloud storage businesses are running promotions to get consumers hooked onto their service. Box [...]Read More »
We all know and love Dropbox. Indeed Dropbox, with its free 2-20 GB of storage space and cross-platform and multi-device support, is hard to beat — except when it comes to purchasing storage space. Insync is a new file sync service that leverages the power of cheap Google cloud storage [...]Read More »
Originally written on June 2, 2011. Updated on June 2, 2011 to include SugarSync.
With more and more people using their smartphones for more work than play, it is becoming increasingly important to have access to files across all platforms. In other words, many people desire a way to easily [...]Read More »