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Google Drive vs DropBox, SkyDrive, SugarSync, Box

Google Drive vs DropBox, SkyDrive, SugarSync, Box

As Google Drive ramps up to clobber the rest of the cloud storage services in the world, or so Google hopes, we've got to explore these services by the numbers one by one. If you're going to head to the cloud right now, where will you go? You've got more than just the small handful we've got listed here, but let's get started with Google Drive, DropBox, Box, SugarSync, and SkyDrive just for starters.

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Dropbox adds public link function

Dropbox adds public link function

Dropbox has added a nice piece of functionality today: you’ll no longer have to tell your friends and family to sign up for a Dropbox account in order to share files. You can now share links publicly, enabling users to access your files without needing an account or downloading the Dropbox software. Dropbox also say that files can be viewed in the browser, so videos could be watched without requiring a download, for example.

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Livescribe and Dropbox bring handwritten notes to the cloud

Livescribe and Dropbox bring handwritten notes to the cloud

Livescribe has partnered with Dropbox to make its Echo smartpen even more productive for busy note-takers. The Echo smartpen will now be able to automatically sync its notes directly to a user's Dropbox account. And since about 46 percent of Livescribe users also use Dropbox, this is a perfect match for storing handwritten notes in the cloud to be conveniently and securely accessible from anywhere.

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Dropbox: We’ll take back stolen cloud

Dropbox: We’ll take back stolen cloud

Dropbox had previously announced that it intended to give users of HTC smartphones running Sense 4.0 23 GB cloud-based storage at no charge for two years. It didn't take long before some people found a way to exploit that offer of free storage space without having a smartphone running Sense 4.0. That workaround was posted to the XDA-developers forum last month.

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Dropbox Facebook integration goes live

Dropbox Facebook integration goes live

It is now possible for users who have both a Facebook account and a Dropbox account to send files and folders to one another in a seamlessly integrated social capacity. In other words, users can choose to share their Dropbox files with friends and colleagues through a newly implemented Facebook integration platform. This comes after the cloud-based company hired former Facebook executives.

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Dropbox adds automatic image upload with latest update

Dropbox adds automatic image upload with latest update

If you are a Dropbox user, the Android app has a new feature that I think you'll like. The new feature gives you the ability to automatically sync photos you take with your smartphone to the Dropbox storage account. The coolest part is unlike some other applications that offer this capability; Dropbox allows you to upload any size photos.

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Dropbox updates Automator service for increased file flexibility

Dropbox updates Automator service for increased file flexibility

Dropbox, one of the most prevalent players in cloud-based storage services right now (but perhaps not for too much longer), has just rolled out an update to its sophisticated Automator service. The service allows users to instantly convert documents from one file type to another, and also makes it easy to upload content to various other online services like social networks. This update decreases the amount of time it takes to complete these processes and also adds new uploading options.

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QuickShot with Dropbox for iPhone Review

QuickShot with Dropbox for iPhone Review

The app you're about to see a very brief review of requires little introduction and only a small explanation as it's only got a couple of functions, and it does them well. This app is made to do three things: capture video, capture photos, and upload media to Dropbox. This app does this uploading function in a unique manner as we've seen no application work with Dropbox in the background as effectively or in as perfectly simple a manner as we're seeing here - it just works!

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Google Drive incoming to take on Dropbox and iCloud

Google Drive incoming to take on Dropbox and iCloud

Google is preparing to launch a cloud storage service, Google Drive, sources claim, taking on iCloud and Dropbox with free and paid accounts. Set to open for uploads "in the coming weeks or months" the WSJ's insiders say, Google Drive will supposedly undercut Dropbox's paid subscription pricing, which begins at $10 per month for 50GB. A free plan, meanwhile, will offer both individual and business users some cloud-based space without cost, likely ad-supported like free Gmail.

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Dropbox offering 4.5GB of cloud space to desktop bug testers

Dropbox offering 4.5GB of cloud space to desktop bug testers

If you're an avid user of Dropbox and love to test out new builds of software for your favorite cloud storage service, today's your lucky day. Dropbox is showing off their version 1.3.12 beta release of their desktop software, offering up to 500MB of photos and video (or space for whatever you like) at a time, with 500MB more free each time you fill your space up. This testing ground software download is entirely free to download and will have you checking out a bevy of new options with the program itself including imports from iPhone, imports from SD cards, and a cleanup of the Windows user interface!

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