Cloud Storage

MediaFire's new cloud storage plan offers 1TB of storage for $5/month

MediaFire has announced new pricing for their cloud storage service which is certainly competitive. They’re now offering a full terabyte for $5/month, and are knocking down that price by half as an early bird promotion. $2.50/month for a full terabyte of cloud storage with file sizes of up to 20GB is nothing to scoff at, and between a recently-refreshed desktop client and updated Android and iOS apps on the way, it very well may suit your needs.

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Google brings storage for Gmail, Drive, and G+ storage into harmony, users get 15GB to store whatever they want

Google is unifying storage across Google Drive, Gmail, and Google+ Photos. Users will receive 15GB to use as they see fit, rather than walling storage off between services.

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Amazon Cloud Drive Photos comes to iPhone and iPod Touch, 5GB free storage for new customers

Amazon just extended their Cloud Drive offering on iOS, with the launch of the all new Amazon Cloud Drive Photos app. Much like the Android equivalent that launched back in November 2012, you can view, download and upload photos to your Cloud Drive right from your iPhone and iPod Touch.

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Google Drive for Mac adds right-click sharing options

Google has announced the roll out of a small, yet fantastically useful update to their Drive app for the Mac. Since Google Drive has been borne from Google Docs, collaboration and sharing documents and files is at its core. The update rolling out to the desktop app has better sharing in mind, with the addition of a right-click share menu. Files will naturally have to already be in your Google Drive folder, but quick sharing is sure to be appreciated by power users.

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App.net adds File API, talks "unbundling", gives members 10GB of cloud storage

App.net, which pivoted to a Twitter-style service when Twitter began choking out third party client developers, has now taken a bold new step towards what just might be a bigger, unbundled future. And, oh yeah, that future comes with 10GB of cloud storage for members. Dalton Caldwell writes on the App.net blog:

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AT&T launches cloud-based storage service, offers 5GB of free space

These days, cloud storage options are pretty plentiful. Dropbox, Box and even Google Drive all offer up pretty reasonable amounts of storage for free but now AT&T is tossing their hat into the mix with the freshly announced AT&T Locker service.

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How to use iCloud like a Dropbox or Google Drive-style cloud store

While Apple never meant iCloud to work like Dropbox or Google Drive, if you don't mind polishing up your ninja-skills you can get it to do just that!

There's no shortage of online storage solutions -- Dropbox, Box.net, SugarSync, Microsoft SkyDrive, Apple's soon-to-be end-of-lifed iDisk, and now, Google Drive. Apple's new iCloud isn't meant to be online storage at all; it's designed to abstract away messy concepts like file systems and folders and tuck everything away neatly behind apps. Did you know, however, that you can also (with a little tweaking) upload movies, audio files and pictures to store in iCloud for safe keeping?

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Will you use Google Drive? [Poll]

At long, long last Google has finally unveiled their cloud storage solution -- Google Drive. So will you use it?

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Google announces Google Drive, gives 5GB of free cloud storage to all users

Rumor it and it shall become real -- Google Drive, the long awaited, long anticipated cloud storage service from Google is finally here and it's as big and as cheap as we hoped for. Every Google user gets 5GB for free, and you can buy literally tons more -- up to 16TB (?!) if you have the cash.

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How to access your cloud storage accounts from your new iPad

Cloud storage services are a great way to extend and expand the internal storage of your new iPad. Many of the files you store on a cloud service like Dropbox, Box.net, SugarSync, or any other popular cloud service can be accessed both from within their own, dedicated apps and from other software like password apps, note taking apps, document editing apps, and more. Many of them also offer free accounts for a decent amount storages, so there's not cost involved in trying them out.

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