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Users of Amazon’s online storage service can now view all their files on iOS and Android, but there’s still no way to edit or upload.
“People have misunderstood the data,” said Seagate sources at the heart of an Internet kerfuffle. Find out the truth here.
Having won the war on cloud storage pricing, Microsoft turns its attention to ease-of-access.
Silicon Valley residents won't have to wait for Google Fiber: The cable giant says it will roll out the service in May.
Are hard drives in PCs and consumer devices on their way out? Analysts had mixed opinions, leaving open the option that it could happen.
Amazon is making it even harder to pass up its Prime membership, by offering subscribers the same unlimited photo storage it once reserved for those who bought the Fire Phone.
Already a major player in the SMB networking space, Ruckus now wants to grab a slice of the small office/home office pie.
The free upgrade rolls out to all users in the coming months, forcing other storage services to up their game.
All-you-can-store is gone for good as Bitcasa blames user abuse and low demand