Dropbox and Box.net, with Google Drive still in there somewhere. Today Box is back offering more incentive for users to go their route, by delivering new users 50GB of cloud storage absolutely free. You can never have too much so read on for more details.
Box.net cloud storage options over the competition (like Dropbox) is the file size limitations they have over file uploads. Now along with a completely redesigned and improved Box.net 2.0 for Android we have an increase to file limits and much more. Read on for more details.
LG Nexus 4, or already did and are sad about the 8 and 16GB storage limits, but don't worry because we have good news. Remember that Box.net cloud storage deal where all LG and Sony devices get 50GB cloud storage absolutely free? Well the same awesome deal applies to the Nexus 4.
Google Drive is finally official. Being unveiled earlier today showing everyone basically a redesigned and improved Google Docs. While they've integrated it into Android, PC, and Mac it isn't quite was everyone was expected -- not yet at least. Now I'm sure many are wondering what is best and what to use so below we'll quickly mention a few storage options vs price, and let you guys decide what you need.
Box.net has just been updated in the Android Market. Along with tons of awesome features, improvements and bug fixes they also have something else very exciting -- free storage! I've been a long time user of apps like Box or Dropbox but most don't offer this much storage. Box.net is now giving all new users 50 GB of storage completely free.
Box for Dolphin, an easy way to share links between your Android phone or tablet and other devices using your Box.net account.
from a Newegg pre-order page. Needless to say, we got the official word from ASUS confirming that same date Wednesday which turned out false. The Prime will arrive stateside on December 19th. The device is simply amazing, and we've got an excellent hands-on to prove it. Though our official review isn't out yet - you can check out the one over at our sister-site SlashGear. Yet another video taken compares the Transformer Prime to the Apple iPad 2 - a great matchup indeed.
LG is the latest company to partner with the cloud storage service. Users of all LG Android phones now have access to 50 gigabytes of free storage on their Box.net accounts, mirroring recent moves from Sony and HP.