It would seem that Dropbox is the heavy hitter when it comes to cloud storage services, but with its newly updated Android app, competitor Box might soon be closing the gap.
A new announcement from Dropbox today has confirmed that the company has just reached a user base of 100 million users. This milestone was undoubtedly achieved by all of the initiatives the company has taken over the past year. Since the introduction of Google Drive, Dropbox has stepped up its game in order to keep mobile users on their services.
The popular file syncing and sharing service SugarSync has gotten quite the update. Now on 2.0, though still in beta, the latest version boasts new design and many new features. You’ll see the changes on the desktop, Web and Android versions.
While AT&T Locker has been available for Android devices for a while now, with the app hitting Apple’s App Store today, it seems that AT&T is ready to begin the marketing push behind the cloud service.
Cloud storage and cloud syncing seem to have crossed the border between fad and necessity. With many people losing their mobile devices daily (1 every 3.5 seconds, according to sources), backing... up files to cloud servers is one step towards preserving your precious phone data in the case of catastrophes.
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The Xperia maker has recently filed a trademark application for the upcoming “MyXperia” service through OHIM (Office of Harmonization for the Internal Market) in Europe. It’s not certain whether we’ll be getting a cloud service from the Japanese electronics giant, but the given description suggests something of that nature.
Adobe Reader has received a much needed update for its mobile platform. Among the various other features, the big feature is cloud storage. It uses Google Drive to sync documents between your phone, tablet, and computer to allow for easy reading, editing, and sharing.
The Android release is similar to the iOS application, and offers the same functionality, including viewing personal documents, shared documents and recently-read files. SkyDrive lets users manage online files, which includes sharing with other SkyDrive users. Users can also upload photos and videos directly from the smartphone or tablet’s gallery.
Dropbox has announced limited support for two-step verification. With an “experimental build,” a Dropbox developer says the company is letting users test the two-factor authentication feature, which should require an additional code prior to gaining access.
Google’s first-generation Chromebooks haven’t quite made it to the mainstream yet, but the search giant has decided not only to follow up on those devices, but also to step up its game a... bit.
The makers of the web-centric Chrome OS have upped the ante in terms of tech specs, equipping the new Chromebook with a far snappier processor than the first-generation one, but also with...