A week ago I was asking around on Twitter for recommended “storage in the cloud” services and nobody was able to offer a service by a company who didn’t look like they were about to go out of business. Nobody even mentioned Microsoft’s...Show More Summary
Microsoft’s branding conventions have a long history of being muddled and downright confusing. Remember when Microsoft when crazy with all of its Live branding? There was Windows Live Essentials, Windows Live SkyDrive, Windows Live Sync, and who can forget about Live Mesh. Show More Summary
No denying that those Fast & Furious folks pretty much have done it all with four wheels on the road and quite often a ways above it. But parachuting out of a plane in their cars? Here’s an extended clip from Furious 7, in which VinShow More Summary
The Microsoft cloud storage platform formerly known as SkyDrive now reaches across desktops, laptops and mobile devices, and will become even more important when Windows 10 arrives later this year. We’ve gathered together 10 helpful tips to make sure you’re getting the most from your OneDrive account and to demonstrate some of its capabilities. More »
The Microsoft cloud storage platform formerly known as SkyDrive now reaches across desktops, laptops and mobile devices, and will become even more important when Windows 10 arrives later this year. We've gathered together 10 helpful tips to make sure you're getting the most from your OneDrive account and to demonstrate some of its capabilities. Read more...
Sync any folder on your computer directly to your Android device — not a cloud you need to download from later. BitTorrent Sync‘s mobile app makes this easy. Dropbox, SkyDrive, Google Drive, iCloud: all services designed to keep your various devices in sync — and all of them store your data on their server instead of your mobile device. Show More Summary
Microsoft's OneDrive online hosting and synchronization service (formerly known as SkyDrive), has recently increased storage for all paid accounts to 1 TB. Free users on the other hand receive 15 Gigabyte of free storage when they sign up for the service. Show More Summary
OneDrive, Microsoft's cloud storage service formerly known as SkyDrive, just got updated across several platforms. Most significant, perhaps, is its Android app refresh that adds OneDrive for Business integration, so you can easily access both...
Microsoft announced a storage upgrade for all SkyDrive OneDrive customers recently. Free customers who signed up recently for the service get a bump to 15 Gigabyte from the previous 7 Gigabyte, while paying customers one to 1 Terabyte of storage space in the cloud. Show More Summary
The cloud storage service formerly known as SkyDrive is taking a hacksaw to prices. Microsoft is bringing OneDrive prices in line with what Google Drive is offering, and making life increasingly difficult for Dropbox, which is starting to look prohibitively expensive by comparison. Show More Summary
Today Microsoft announced some very substantial changes to OneDrive storage. OneDrive is of course Microsoft’s consumer cloud storage product, formerly named SkyDrive. When the service first launched in 2007, early users received 5 GB of online storage. Show More Summary
OneDrive, formerly known as SkyDrive, can be a blessing or a curse. It’s deeply integrated into Windows 8.1 and offers itself to become your one stop for Cloud storage and syncing across multiple devices. If everything is set up right, you can log into Windows 8 from any given device and find that your files, settings, and apps are already there. Show More Summary
Last July, Glenn Greenwald published a set of claims regarding a number of Microsoft services that were, especially at the time, unsettling: That Microsoft had helped the NSA "circumvent its encryption" relating to web chat on Outlook.com,...Show More Summary
One Microsoft product I’m not a fan of is OneDrive (formerly known as SkyDrive). It’s not a particularly bad product, it’s just that I feel Dropbox does better work of the same job. Another thing that I’m not a fan of is having things forced upon me, or installed without my permission. Show More Summary
OneDrive for Business was launched as a standalone service by Microsoft on April 1, 2014. The main difference to Microsoft's OneDrive service -- formerly known as SkyDrive -- is that it has been designed with business use in mind. Features...Show More Summary
We can all agree that sharing gameplay footage on Xbox One via SkyDrive OneDrive isn't really the best social solution. Okay, so there's Twitch, too, but the holy grail of video sharing lies with YouTube. And, as of tomorrow, Xbox One owners will get...
The service formerly known as SkyDrive is now OneDrive. It's basically the same, though it's becoming steadily more useful
Following Microsoft's recent relaunch of SkyDrive as OneDrive, Google has thrown down the gauntlet in the cloud storage market by reducing the prices of its own platform. The drops are significant too... Continue Reading Google cutsShow More Summary
Following Microsoft's recent relaunch of SkyDrive as OneDrive, there is a little more parity and competition at the top of the cloud storage market. How do the options stack up against each other though? This article provides a comparison...Show More Summary
After some delay, Microsoft finally introduced the newly renamed OneDrive this week. But the renaming of the company’s cloud storage service once called SkyDrive has proven to be more than that. Microsoft is also taking the opportunity to turn an embarrassing legal defeat into a big marketing campaign with new features. Show More Summary