Dropbox, HTC Offer 5GB of Free Cloud Storage

It’s true—Dropbox and HTC are teaming up to give users 5GB of free space. Starting now, anyone running Sense 3.5 will get an additional 3GB of space in their Dropbox account, on top of the free 2GB that everyone gets when signing up.

Of course, the number of people who are actually using Sense 3.5 is limited; it currently only runs on …

Whoops, Apple’s iCloud Mail Service Goes Kaboom

I’m pretty sure iCloud mail was working when I logged in early this morning, but at some point over the past couple hours, it went belly up. As I’m writing this, I have the jagged lightning bolt symbol eyeballing me next to the “Inbox” view in my Apple Mail client. If I click it, I’m prompted for my iCloud account password, which was …

Apple’s iCloud Launch Off to Rocky Start for Some

Happy iCloud day, or day after, or maybe still day-to-come for those of you having trouble getting the darned thing to work. Apple’s iCloud technically launched alongside iOS 5 yesterday afternoon, but some of you seem to be having a heck of a time unlocking the silver lining.

What kind of major Apple update transpires without a few

Apple: iOS 5, iCloud Both Launching October 12

At one point during today’s Apple “let’s talk iPhone” dog and pony show, all the live blogs paused and I wondered whether Apple had unveiled its super-secret Cupertino mothership and blasted off. But no, today turned out to be all about the iPhone 4S, iCloud, iOS 5 and an incredibly clever-sounding voice recognition app dubbed …

Apple Accidentally Launches iCloud Early (in Email), Next iPhone Looms

“Welcome to iCloud! Here’s your iCloud account ID and that’s all you’ll need to get your iOS device, Mac, or PC up and running. Just follow these instructions and you’re in business!”

I’m paraphrasing, but that’s the gist of an email someone—first name “Sam,” last name redacted—received on Friday, you could say prematurely. That’s …

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Apple’s iCloud Pricing vs. the Competition

Apple has announced pricing for its upcoming iCloud service. In typical Apple fashion, the company kept things simple. 5GB of online storage is free; 10GB is $20 a year; 20GB is $40 a year; 50GB is $100 a year. (Most other cloud-storage companies price by the month rather than the year, which makes it tougher to judge what you’re really …

Apple’s iCloud Pricing Gets Revealed

I scream, you scream, we all scream for iCloud. Well, it’s not coming to us quite yet but starting today it’ll be available to developers, which means it might not be too long before it’s officially released. Meanwhile, we’ve got the whole pricing scheme to dig into while we wait.


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