Dropbox wants to be first. They've just revealed their new Pro plans that are doubling users storage limits for nearly the same price.
acquired Meebo for their social services we've now just learned that today they've finalized another acquisition. Google has snatched up the popular QuickOffice suite. With Google Docs and Drive already running at full steam it appears that Google wants to expand their mobile and cloud office apps.
GeForce Grid in partnership with Gaikai, which already gas a streaming game service.
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.
SugarSync you'll know it's one of the easiest ways to automatically add pictures, or files to your PC from your Android device all wirelessly. Being completely free I've used it plenty in the past and today it got a whole lot better. They've just announced AutoSync, now offering the same free syncing capability for videos too.
Dropbox forums. Complete with an overhauled UI that not only looks like ICS but fully supports it too. Download links and more details are available below.