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Apple Announces iCloud Drive

Posted in Apple by Darrin Olson on June 2nd, 2014

Apple Announces iCloudApple announced a host of new software developments today with one of them being the iCloud Drive. Apple has had the intentions of creating a something to take on Dropbox and Google Drive for some time and they’ve thrown their hat into the ring today.

The service does have a competitive price but still a little more than its main competitors. iCloud Drive will be free for the first 5GB and 99 cents a month will get you 20GB. In comparison, Google offers 100GB for $1.99/month and you can get 100GB for $9.99/month at Dropbox.

Apple has added a couple of nice feature aside from just the storage, however. Each app that you install that uses iCloud will have its own folder created, and that folder of data is shared across your computers and devices that run OS X, iOS and even …

AVG Launches LiveKive Online Cloud Storage

Posted in Storage by Conner Flynn on April 7th, 2011

AVG’s LiveKive service has gone through it’s beta release and has now officially been launched by AVG. LiveKive is a safe and reliable cloud-based storage, sync and share solution from the company. LiveKive offers consumers three levels of secure encrypted storage options.

There’s a free 5GB level and two paid versions with either 25GB or unlimited storage. But there are usage limits. iOS applications are also available to manage your files, and there is a 30 day trial of its the new service. If you haven’t tried out cloud storage yet, this may be a good opportunity.

Sony adds cloud storage for game saves to PSN Plus subscriptions

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on March 9th, 2011

Sony’s PlayStation Plus subscription just became more worthwhile with the new addition of online storage for game saves. It’s coming with v3.60 of the PS3 firmware, which we should receive tomorrow, March 10th.

You will get to save up to 150MB of PlayStation 3 game progress data in Sony’s make.believe cloud. That isn’t a ton of space, but these files are usually small anyway. Really the most interesting aspect here is being able to just put your account details into any PS3 anywhere and play your games.