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With an update to its cloud storage mobile app Drive, Google takes Android users one step closer to a paperless future.
Google has launched a widget that will allow users to save files they find on the web directly to their Drive cloud storage accounts.
BitTorrent today launched an alpha version of an application that allows users to sync their files across devices and share them with friends without them being stored on an external server where they are vulnerable to legal action and company closures.
Yahoo Mail now integrates with Dropbox to handle attachments, the two companies said today. Yahoo is the first email client to offer such integration.
Dropbox announced today that it had acquired Mailbox, makers of a popular email app that launched last month.
App.net took another step toward becoming a serious competitor for Twitter by rolling out a free membership program.
Bitcasa cloud storage service emerged from beta today and launched an iOS app. The company promises quick access to infinite storage from mobile and desktop devices. It launched a public beta in June, but was not available for iOS.
Kim Dotcom, the founder of Megaupload, will launch his replacement site on a New Zealand domain, he announced early this morning on Twitter. A pre-launch site is live at Mega.co.nz. Dotcom said the new website will be “powered by legality and protected by the law.”