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Apple wants you to prepare for your new iPhone and has teamed up with major US carriers to offer customers 200GB of free iCloud storage.
Google Drive is becoming no more, but what's taking its price will provide a couple more options for cloud data hoppers.
In addition to a name change and "smarter" storage amount options, there are also a few freebies Google wants to toss to consumers.
Like Microsoft's OneDrive a while back, Amazon Drive pulls the unlimited cloud storage plug, offering 1TB instead for $60 a year.
A bunch of useful new options and features seem to be added to iOS 11 to easily save and free up internal storage whenever you might need that.
5GB of free iCloud storage is still not ideal, but an extra 50 gigs at $0.99 a month or a whopping 2TB in exchange for $10 sounds pretty sweet.
For the 100GB and 1TB tier storage plans, you may soon have the option to pay for a whole year's storage for the price of just ten months'.
Each Amazon Prime subscriber can now invite up to five friends or relatives to unlimited cloud photo storage with Family Vault.
Moreover, it ruins Samsung's uniform experience that it wanted to introduce to its Note 7 buyers on Verizon. Instead, we have a hot mess.
You knew it was coming, and had all the time to stop it from happening. Don't act shocked therefore you're now losing 10GB of your free OneDrive storage.
To make amends for some of its controversial semi-recent OneDrive policy changes, Microsoft now throws in gratis Office 365 Personal memberships.
HERE Maps has a lot of data it's going to be collecting. And someone has to store that data. Will it be Microsoft? Will it be Amazon? Or both?
Spotify is moving all of its content to Google Cloud Services. Tech analysts rumor that this could be the sign of an acquisition down the line.
OneDrive will reduce complimentary storage it offers to new users, the BLU VIVO XL is in for a price hike and Songza will be completely subsumed by Google.
Unlimited storage isn't coming back, but today's Microsoft OneDrive storage backtrack sees the company offer to let users keep their free 15GB tier.
Running low on storage sucks. As I’m sitting typing this, I’m deleting files off of the external drive I store video on so I have room for new clips in the future, because I’m nearly out of storage. Nobody likes seeing the “low storage” warning on their devices, and it’s even more frustrating when it happens on your smartphone, since there’s already so little room on there to begin with. At least I had a whole terabyte to go through before almost filling my external hard drive. On my phone, there’s only 32 GB to begin with, not even [...]