Google may keep its products in a beta state for what feels like forever, but "infinite" cloud storage service Bitcasa has to run a close second -- until this week, when the company finally launches its product aimed at killing the hard drive.
By all accounts, Microsoft is struggling to become a player in the tablet market, and few need hard data to prove it -- but that doesn't mean the company is going to bring its golden goose to the iPad anytime soon.
When was the last time you bought a music CD? For many of us, the answer is probably "quite some time ago," but e-tailer Amazon is attempting to merge the old with the new by debuting its new AutoRip service.
Stuck with a mere 16GB on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad? That may no longer be an issue if manufacturer Kanex has anything to say about it, introducing a new inexpensive option for creating a private cloud at CES.
With fast internet access and more services and even full applications moving to the cloud, it's always interesting to see how developers continue to refine and enhance their product offerings, including two from Adobe and Bitcasa.
If Retina Display updates to Photoshop and Illustrator CS6 aren't enough for you today, Adobe has just announced a major update to its Creative Cloud product which will be detailed this afternoon at its Create Now Live online event.
Remember those Apple ads that said "There's an app for that?" ZipCloud is an online backup service whose motto may as well be a variation on that theme. The basic service does exactly what you expect, backing your files up to their secure Amazon S3 backend via the internet. But the experience is marred by the numerous up-charges. Want more versions, hourly backups, faster uploads, or support for large files? Yep, there's an add-on for that.
Cloud storage has become a hot commodity in the tech world, with each service continually trying to leapfrog the others. This week, it's SugarSync's turn, with a slick new version 2.0 public beta now available for all to enjoy.
U.S. carrier AT&T is no stranger to the app game, but this week they're jumping into the photo sharing racket with a new service for storing, syncing and sharing images, videos and documents in one safe, convenient place.
Call us rebels, but we can't condone phony limitations such as data caps or restrictions on cloud storage. That's why the quiet introduction of a $4.95 unlimited plan to Pogoplug Cloud piqued our interest on Friday. Unlimited cloud storage for dirt cheap with no file size limits? The mere idea makes us want to ditch Dropbox, Box and all the rest of 'em. If that's how you feel, read on to find out if the dream of an unlimited cloud actually delivers.