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How to use iCloud Drive the right way

If you haven’t been scared off cloud services by the Fappening or past horrors like MobileMe, you might want to try iCloud Drive, Apple’s answer to Dropbox and Google Drive. It’s a pretty great concept, an extension of the Apple … Read more ›

Aylien’s new natural-language add-on lets you analyze (and summarize) text in Google Drive

3 days agoTechnology : GigaOM

A text-analysis startup called Aylien has released an add-on for Googles spreadsheet application, which is actually pretty handy. It's far from perfect at sentiment analysis as most services are, but it's…

WARNING: Here's one feature you should avoid when you upgrade to iOS 8

It won’t be long now before everyone begins upgrading to iOS 8, but there’s one feature of the new software that you shouldn’t activate quite yet. iCloud Drive, Apple’s answer to Google Drive, Dropbox and OneDrive, is part of Continuity — a new set of features which will allow iOS and Mac to integrate with one another more deeply than ever before. Show More Summary

Google Now Pushing Play Services 6.1

Google said it is delivering Play Services 6.1 to most Android devices running 2.3 Gingerbread and up. This update targets three aspects of Play Services: analytics, Google Drive, and Google Fit. Developers will be able to use the Enhanced Ecommerce tools in Google Tag Manager to assess the success of their apps and ad campaigns. Show More Summary

Google Play Services updated to version 6.1, refreshed L preview for Google Fit now available

Google is pushing out a new version of Google Play Services today. The update looks to be a pretty basic affair, with enhancements to the Google Analytics API and the Google Drive API, but changes to the Google Fit API means we have a new version of the L developer preview with the latest Google Fit API included.

How to Upgrade iCloud Storage to the New, Cheaper Plans

  In preparation for iOS 8 Apple has updated their iCloud storage plans and while they’re still more expensive than Dropbox and Google Drive, the new pricing and storage is far better than anything offered by Apple ever before. Check...Show More Summary

Gigaom: Watch movies from Google Drive with Chromebook to Chromecast video streaming

Add Google Drive to the growing number of cloud services that can stream video to a Chromecast. The latest developer version of Chrome OS brings direct Drive to Chromecast streaming to…

Chromebooks now support Chromecast streaming for videos stored in Google Drive

Chromecast is one of the easiest and cheapest gizmos for streaming content to your television. But what about standalone video files that you have stored on a hard drive or online? Well, that’s just become a little easier for Chromebook owners. Show More Summary

Chomebook-to-Chromecast video? Yes, with Google Drive

As if Android apps hitting Google's Chrome OS wasn't enough excitement for Mountain View's operating system for one week. Now, you can play movies stored in Google Drive via the OS' video player app on your Chromecast. According to Googler François...

Google updates Drive and Docs with improved screen reader, Braille display, and accessibility phone support

Google today announced a major accessibility update to Google Drive as well as Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, and Forms. Specifically designed with blind and low-vision users in mind, the improvements include an improved screen reader and Braille display, as well as phone support. Show More Summary

Google Drive and the Docs editors: designed with everyone in mind

Imagine trying to keep track of another person’s real-time edits in a document—using only your ears. Or trying to create a table from spreadsheet data—without being able to clearly see the cells. Whether you’re backing up a file in Drive or crunching some numbers in Sheets, it should be easy to bring your ideas to life using Google’s tools. Show More Summary

Cloudike Provides White Label Cloud Storage For Carriers Like LG

Services like Dropbox, iCloud, and Google Drive are so ubiquitous in the U.S. that it’s easy to forget there are many markets around the world where personal cloud storage is still relatively novel. Cloudike, which is part of ASD Technologies...Show More Summary

Google announces iOS Sync, a mobile device management tool for Google Apps

Google today announced iOS Sync for Google Apps, a new device management feature for your Apple devices. iOS Sync will be built directly in to the company’s Gmail and Google Drive apps. Here’s a list of the product’s features: Manage...Show More Summary

Apple Unveils New iCloud Pricing, Nearly Mirrors Google Drive

Apple has finalized iCloud pricing. At WWDC, it announced that 20 GB would cost $1 a month and that 5 GB would be free. Now, Apple has announced the costs for every tier. You can get 200 GB for $3.99, 500 GB for $9.99 and 1 TB for $19.99 a month. This is near identical... Read More

Apple drops iCloud storage prices to start at just $0.99 per month for 20GB

Even when it was first unveiled, iCloud storage was expensive, and as companies like Dropbox and Google Drive have dropped the prices of their offering. But an update to Apple’s iCloud webpage suggests that’s about to change. The company is … Read more ›

See The Largest Files In Your Google Drive Account

Google is busy redesigning the Drive interface to match its new Material style, and one of the small but useful changes lets you view all of the files you've uploaded in order of size. You can use it to quickly find the larger files that are taking up an excessive amount of room in your Google Drive account. Read more...

Apple reveals new iCloud pricing, but you still only get 5GB of space for free

It used to be that if you compared iCloud pricing to other online storage services, Apple didn't look so hot. (Twenty bucks a year for 10GB?! Bye, Felicia.) Now, in a bid to better compete with bigwigs like Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive, Apple...

New open-source file browser promises to locate docs scattered across clouds

2 weeks agoTechnology : GigaOM

Many companies have many document repositories -- Google Drive, OneDrive, Box, Dropbox. Cloud Elements says its new will give one-stop access to all that stuff -- provided its API hub is used as well. New open-source file browser promises to locate docs scattered across clouds originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…

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