Clipboard Cuts Into Cloud Storage with New File Upload Feature

Clipboard Cuts Into Cloud Storage with New File Upload Feature

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Clipboard, the accurately-named clipping service, is getting into the cloud storage game after adding a new file upload feature that includes 1GB of free space. The Clipboard team announced the update on Monday, following a revamp of its Clipper browser plugin last month. Files are limited to a maximum of...
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After 6 Months And 32,000 Users, App.net Finally Opens Up Free Accounts

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The ad-free social networking platform's founder, Dalton Caldwell, talks about why he's opening up the service to everyone, for free. When Dalton Caldwell first launched App.net last August, his goal was to reach 10,000 users. Now, 32,000 sign-ups later, Caldwell has begun offering free accounts on his paid, ad-free...
After 6 Months And 32,000 Users, App.net Finally Opens Up Free Accounts

Cloudier: This simple CloudApp client for iPhone makes mobile file sharing effortless

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Those who’ve found CloudApp, or a service like it (such as Droplr), already know how helpful it can be to have easy screenshot and file sharing built into your menu bar. Clouder, a simple CloudApp client for iPhone, takes this idea a step further, making the act of sharing files...
Cloudier: This simple CloudApp client for iPhone makes mobile file sharing effortless

This week in cloud: Why we love/hate cloud storage; Dell's rough week

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Given all the vendor action in the cloud file-sync-storage-and share arena, it’s a booming business. Dropbox has netted a phenomenal $260 million in investment for a service that is probably not close to profitable. It now also claims 100 million users, double the year-ago figure and that it is storing...
This week in cloud: Why we love/hate cloud storage; Dell's rough week

Kaltura Goes All Multiplatform, With Support For iOS, Android, Xbox, And Google TV Apps

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Online video platform Kaltura has always been focused on getting videos in front of more viewers. Now, more than ever, that viewership isn’t happening in a web browser, but on a wide range of devices — from mobile phones and tablets to connected TVs. Which is why Kaltura has launched...
Kaltura Goes All Multiplatform, With Support For iOS, Android, Xbox, And Google TV Apps

FixYa announces 24 million monthly users as it rolls out its HTML5 Q&A site for mobile users

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FixYa, the Q&A site for finding repair solutions is today launching FixYa Mobile and a complete overhaul of its mobile website in HTML5. Naturally this move opens up options for a larger mobile audience on any mobile device. There’s an added bonus for Android users too; they will now be...
FixYa announces 24 million monthly users as it rolls out its HTML5 Q&A site for mobile users

Ivor Davey: Gmail Adds Drag-and-Drop Attachment Uploads, Deeper Calendar Integration [Email]

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