cloud

Seagate rolls out personal cloud storage devices, portable wireless drive at CES 2015

One of the many leaders in their respective industries, Seagate, has introduce new storage products: the Seagate Personal Cloud, Seagate Personal Cloud 2-Bay, and the Seagate Wireless 500GB portable wireless drive. All three storage devices function to store all your favorite and most important files. Cloud storage is becoming more popular these days not only because it is more accessible and convenient but because they are now widely being used by most people. No need for wires and cables because you can save your files to a special location wirelessly.

Delete photos already backed up on the cloud through Cloud Carousel

We've all been there before (well, unless your device has like a gazillion, okay, 128 GB of space), especially if you're a massive mobile photo taker. You take and take pictures, or save pictures from various sources on your device, but you're quickly running out of digital storage space on your phone or tablet. Dropbox is offering a solution to this problem with Dropbox Carousel, which lets you delete those that have already been backed up.

Amazon Echo introduced, ready to rival Siri and Google Now

Ready to add another member to your family? That’s what the Amazon Echo will be. My first impression when Amazon introduced this new virtual PA that could rival Siri, Google Now, and Cortana was that “The future is here”. I’m talking about the futuristic era where robots will become a standard in every household.

Amazon Prime Photos offers unlimited storage space

Taking on Google as well as other cloud services, Amazon has used its data storage resources in order to offer its Prime subscribers yet another multimedia feature. This time, the focus is on the memories and moments that you capture with your smartphone or tablet camera. Prime members can now upload their photos, automatically or manually, to Amazon's cloud, without having to worry about space or security.

OneDrive for Android updated with widget, recycle bin support

After announcing that all Office 365 subscribers will get unlimited cloud storage in the coming months, Microsoft has more good news for avid OneDrive users. Customers will never run out of storage space again with the cloud service and it will be easier to access with the updated Android and Windows Phone apps. Surprisingly, the iOS version of the app hasn’t been updated yet.

OneDrive offers Office 365 customers unlimited storage

We will never have shortage of cloud storage especially now when more companies are offering deals for unlimited storage. For one, all current Office 365 subscribers are lucky to receive unlimited OneDrive storage for free. This means all Office 365 Home, Personal, and University customers can store their files on the cloud service with no additional cost.

Nextbit Baton syncs all apps, data, available on CyanogenMod

When you have multiple mobile devices, languishing batteries aren't your only concern. Keeping your apps and their data in sync across all those devices is always a pain in one's extremities. Some apps can manage that for you, but not all of them. Google has app backups and syncing, but not all Android apps partake of that either. Fortunately, a solution might just be around the corner in the form of Nextbit's Baton. And it will be available in beta as a Cyanogen exclusive.

First buyers of Galaxy Note 4 to get free access to OnLive gaming

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be released tomorrow in the United States and the anticipation is building up. As early as now, a lot of Android fans have expressed excitement over the latest phablet from the South Korean giant. It’s already available in some parts of the world and is expected to be available to the rest of the world this October.

Adobe Creative Cloud now in preview mode on Android

For designers and creative people that are dependent on Adobe's suite of products (Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, etc), it can sometimes be a pain to work mobile-wise, as you often cannot carry those programs and the files on your smartphone or tablet. Adobe has now shown a sort-of workaround to that with the launch, or at least preview, of the Adobe Creative Cloud for Android devices.
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