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Google Drive Will Give You 2GB Of Storage For Free If You Do Security Checks

If you aren’t using cloud storage in this day and age, then I suggest checking it out. There is so... The post Google Drive Will Give You 2GB Of Storage For Free If You Do Security Checks appeared first on Lifehack.

Dropbox and Vodafone team up to offer customers 25GB free storage

Vodafone customers will be getting some free cloud storage staring next month. The carrier and Dropbox announced today that customers will receive 25GB of free storage on the cloud-storage service for one year. The storage will be used by Vodafone’s Backup+ mobile feature. Show More Summary

Kim Dotcom’s Mega is dropped by PayPal over end-to-end encryption, may adopt Bitcoin instead

15 hours agoTechnology : Pando Daily

Mega, the end-to-end encrypted cloud storage platform founded by mercurial entrepreneur and occasional outlaw Kim Dotcom, is back in the news. This time, the company’s primary adversary is PayPal, which earlier this week cancelled its payments processing contract. Show More Summary

Paypal Cuts Off Mega Because It Actually Keeps Your Files Secret

16 hours agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

There are way too many stories of Paypal unfairly and ridiculously cutting off services that rely on it as a payment mechanism, but here's yet another one. Mega, the cloud storage provider that is perhaps well-known for being Kim Dotcom's "comeback" act after the US government shut down Megaupload, has had its Paypal account cut off. Show More Summary

Kim Dotcom is running out of money, and his wife has run off with a 17-year-old boy

German internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom has been dealt another financial blow after PayPal stopped processing customer payments for his cloud storage site MEGA. The company published a blog post on Thursday that said payments have ceased...Show More Summary

PayPal Canceled Mega's Account Because of Encryption (But Really Piracy)

19 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Mega is one of the only cloud storage services that offers end-to-end encryption, a great feature for people who value security. However, after political pressure from MPAA-affiliated goons, PayPal recently decided to stop providing payment services to Mega. What gives? Read more...

PayPal ends business relationship with Mega

Is history repeating itself? Mega just announced that the payment processing platform PayPal has ended its business relationship with the cloud storage provider. PayPal, which had a business relationship with Megaupload as well in the...Show More Summary

Raspberry Pi Powered FusePOS Offers Cloud Storage And POS Functionality

People on the lookout for an amazingly priced point-of-sale system, might have found the best match in a new hardware called the

My Cloud Expert NAS Makes Managing Storage a Breeze

Solve your storage needs with Western Digital's My Cloud Expert Series network attached storage which offers one touch sync and app support.

Western Digital My Cloud NAS Updates Target Prosumers and Small Businesses

Western Digital is no stranger to the NAS market. Their Sentinel series units (based on Windows Storage Server) have targeted business users for quite some time now. The My Cloud consumer series (1- and 2-bay NAS units based on a custom embedded Linux platform) introduced a few years back targets home users. Show More Summary

14 ways to keep your photos safe in the cloud

Your photos are priceless, but photo storage is not.        

Google Play Music Increases Cloud Storage Limit To 50,000 Songs

Google has bumped the storage limit for its locker service for Google Play Music from 20,000 to 50,000 songs, giving users more than double the capacity to store their own collection in the cloud, over and above the extensive streaming library that makes up Google Play Music’s own category. Show More Summary

Google Play Music increases free personal cloud storage to 50,000 songs

While Spotify, Rdio, Rhapsody and other music streaming services tout their expansive music catalog and discovery services, what sets Google Play Music apart from the rest of the pack is the ability to upload already owned music into the service’s cloud for free. Show More Summary

FTP Transfer: 3 Popular File Managers for Android With FTP Software

The transition to mobile devices has more people than ever thinking about ways to access data that isn’t saved internally. Cloud storage may seem like the easy answer, but with security breaches raising valid privacy concerns, there’s reason to want to look elsewhere. Show More Summary

Microsoft launches a new API for OneDrive

Despite recent partnerships with Dropbox, Box and other cloud storage solutions, Microsoft isn’t giving up on OneDrive: the company is today launching a new API for the platform. The new tool lets developers integrate OneDrive right into their apps; the API supports Windows, iOS, Android and the Web. Show More Summary

Microsoft announces new OneDrive API for all of your devices

Microsoft has announced a new API for OneDrive that will make it easy for developers to integrate the company's cloud storage service into their apps. The API supports all major platforms, including the web, Windows, iOS, and Android. Show More Summary

Microsoft is trying to lure Dropbox users to its cloud storage service by offering 100 GB of space for free

If you use Dropbox for cloud storage, Microsoft will give you a bunch of free space for trying out its own service, OneDrive. In an effort to recruit new users, the company is offering 100 GB of space for free for one year to any Dropbox user who installs OneDrive. Show More Summary

Treasure Data is simplifying the Big Data storage process for the Internet of Things | #BigDataSV

Treasure Data, Inc. offers a cloud based end-to-end platform to collect, store, and analyze data. The company, founded at the end of 2011, has just raised its Series B of funding and wants “to make data accessible to everyone,” said … Continue reading ?

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