How to Publish Your MobileMe iWeb Site on Dropbox


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Dropbox’s ability to let you easily share files on the Internet makes it possible for you to host Web pages as well.



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May 6, 2012

TechHive: New Sharing Features for Dropbox


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New features rolled out Monday extend Dropbox’s reach substantially.



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April 25, 2012

Google Drive undercuts Dropbox


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Google has confirmed its cloud storage service Drive, and set prices at a quarter of those of rival Dropbox.

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April 24, 2012

Google Drives for Dropbox with new cloud storage service


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Google Drive will let consumers store photos and other content online, a source familiar with the matter said, pushing Google into a market now dominated by the likes of Dropbox and Box.

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April 24, 2012

Google plans to challenge Dropbox with cloud-sync service: report

Google plans to challenge Dropbox with cloud-sync service: report

Rumors have been circulating about a Google cloud-storage service that would give easy access to media wherever there’s an Internet connection. Now, a new report suggests that Google is planning to launch the service in just a few weeks.


Google Drive cloud storage coming ‘soon’


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Google’s Drive, the search giant’s answer to Dropbox and Apple’s iCloud, is likely to launch in the next few weeks, sources say.

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February 9, 2012

Microsoft SkyDrive for iOS mini-review


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Despite having its own mobile platform to support, Microsoft is still understandably keen to keep its fingers in other pies, particularly those tasty iOS desserts. As such it should come as no surprise that there is an app that can be used to access the files you have chosen to store in the cloud in your SkyDrive from your iPhone, iPod or iPad. There is now no shortage of online storage services to choose from, but from the offset this is one that will prove popular with anyone looking to not only store files online, but to benefit from integration with other Microsoft services such as Hotmail.

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December 22, 2011

Want more from Dropbox on your Mac? Try Bloodrop

Want more from Dropbox on your Mac? Try Bloodrop

Bloodrop greatly simplifies the process of sharing a file in your Dropbox public folder when using a Mac. It’s a small system dock application that enables you to share files to your public folder by simply dragging and dropping them onto the dock icon.

This copies the file to your Dropbox public folder and adds the all important public link to the clipboard, ready for you to paste it into an IM conversation or an email.

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November 9, 2011

New beta file sharing client Gygan looks to take on RapidShare by allowing unlimited upload size

New beta file sharing client Gygan looks to take on RapidShare by allowing unlimited upload size

By Tim Conneally, Betanews

There is no shortage of file sharing services out there, and most offer a free tier that lets users upload and download very limited quantities of data, followed by a couple of subscription tiers for users interested in sharing more data. Typically, the first level of these subscription services runs per month and charges work their way up from there.

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July 16, 2010

FCC releases iPhone app to learn more about network conditions


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By Tim Conneally, Betanews

With just six days to go before the National Broadband Plan is due before Congress, the Federal Communications Commission today launched a pair of consumer tools — an app for iPhone/Android, and a Web-based reporting tool — to help inform both consumers and the Commission itself about broadband conditions across the US.

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March 12, 2010