News tagged ‘dropbox’
Wednesday, 25 Apr 2012
SingTel's Store and Share, Singapore's first cloud storage service, will offer consumers up to 10GB of free online storage for their documents and multimedia content. The app is available on the iOS and Android platforms.
Google hops onto the cloud storage bandwagon with Google Drive, which offers 5GB free storage and supports over 30 types of documents including Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. It is available now for PC, Mac and Android, and will come soon to the iPhone and iPad.
Tuesday, 24 Apr 2012
Dropbox, one of the most popular cloud storage services, has unveiled an even easier way of sharing files through a custom-generated link that can be sent to anyone.
Wednesday, 4 Apr 2012
You will get 500MB of free space for every successful Dropbox referral. Users with free accounts can get up to 16GB of extra space while Pro account users get up to 32GB.
Monday, 2 Apr 2012
A leaked screenshot of Google Drive reveals that users could have up to 5GB of free storage space. The cloud storage service is said to be launching in the third week of April according to TalkAndroid.
Tuesday, 20 Mar 2012
You can now share Dropbox folders with your friends on Facebook by typing their Facebook names instead of entering their email addresses or Dropbox usernames.
Wednesday, 14 Mar 2012
Symantec Security Response has detected that spammers and malware authors are abusing Dropbox. Additionally, the cyber culprits are also targeting the popular SNS, Facebook.
Friday, 3 Feb 2012
Popular cloud storage service Dropbox is currently offering up to 4.5GB of extra space for users who volunteer to try its experimental build 1.3.12. The new build allows users to automatically sync photos from cameras, phones and SD cards with their accounts.
Friday, 23 Sep 2011
HTC entered into a partnership with Dropbox to bring cloud storage service to its latest Android devices. Users can enjoy 5GB of free storage on their mobile devices.
Monday, 16 May 2011
A complaint has been filed against Dropbox with the FTC that accuses the service provider of lying about the level of its security in order to gain a competitive advantage over its rivals.