The just unveiled Motorola DROID RAZR gets preloaded with the MotoCast app that lets you easily stream and sync content in your own little personal cloud. Unlike the iCloud, which stores your data and files on remote servers, the MotoCast simply streams and syncs content to your DROID RAZR wirelessly from what's stored on your own computer.
The MotoCast app creates a private cloud that lets you stream music, photos, and videos from your computer to your smartphone so that you can easily access those files without them having to hog a bunch of memory on your device. It streams over WiFi as well as 3G or 4G cellular networks, and in this case with the DROID RAZR, you'll get to take advantage of the blazing fast Verizon 4G LTE network.
Your Motorola DROID RAZR with MotoCast will work with either your Mac or Windows computer. The app can sync both iTunes and Windows Media Player playlists and lets you backup your device photos and videos to iPhoto and iTunes. The below video shows MotoCast being demoed on the DROID RAZR by Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha himself during today's press event in NYC.