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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 series to come with free 50 GB of Dropbox storage available for a year

Although it’s probably not the most impressive feature of the Galaxy S3, the free 50 GB of Dropbox storage should make a lot of users happy, as it pretty much cancels ...
by AdrianMay 25, 20122

Seven major alternatives to Google Drive

So, Google has opened up Google Drive to us. While some are welcoming it with open arms, other are taking a stand against what they perceive to be a blatant ripoff of Dropbox ...
by SamMay 15, 20126

Samsung Galaxy S3 owners to get free 50GB of Dropbox storage

Say what you want about the Samsung Galaxy S3. Perhaps you’re disappointed about not seeing a 12MP camera sensor on the phone or how the design of the Galaxy S3 isn’t the one ...
by Bams SadewoMay 4, 20123

As Cloud Storage Is Heating Up, Box and Dropbox Give Android Users a Treat

Competition in the cloud storage arena is reaching a boiling point, with all major players announcing new features, more storage, and grand plans for the future. Quick recap: ...
by Bogdan PetrovanFebruary 24, 20127

Download Dropbox v2.0.9 with Auto Uploads, and get up to 5GB of Extra Storage for free!

For those of you that don’t like Box, and would rather use Dropbox for all your cloud storage you may want to download the latest beta of Dropbox for Android. Dropbox just ...
by AlexanderFebruary 3, 20125

Top Android Apps for the Enterprise

With more business-oriented apps gradually being developed, Android can become a strong competitor in the enterprise market.
by Edmund ApostolDecember 13, 20112

Select HTC Handsets Get Total of 5 GB Free Dropbox Storage

HTC recently announced its partnership with the cloud storage company Dropbox. With this partnership all new Android HTC smartphones will come preinstalled with the Dropbox app. And, ...
by JoseNovember 16, 2011

HTC Partners with Dropbox, Adds 5 GB Cloud Storage for New Users

HTC users are now going to enjoy more data storage capacity, thanks to a recent tie-up between HTC and Dropbox. Today, via Facebook, HTC shared the good news to its users that ...
by Ken EastOctober 25, 2011

HTC to Give 5 GB of Dropbox Storage to New HTC Sense 3.5 Users

I’ve noticed HTC has been focusing a lot on the cloud aspect lately, first with the HTCSense.com website, where they allow you to automatically backup text messages, ...
by LucianSeptember 23, 20111

The DS File: A Cloudless Dropbox

In a nutshell, it is simply Dropbox reinvented to suit the growing needs of the Synology NAS (Network Attached Storage) community. You can now seamlessly (and remotely) manage and ...
by glennMay 16, 20111
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