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Google’s decision to make a terabyte ultra-cheap could drive its rivals into a race to the bottom.
Did Dropbox know it would regain entry to the Chinese market? If so, did it need to agree to certain conditions before the Chinese government would “flip the switch”?
The online-storage company wants to become more of a business player.
The Hitachi Content Platform demonstrates the cloud-related issues confronting many IT vendors that made their name in proprietary hardware.
Google breaking down the walls between its products seems like something done with an eye toward the competition.
Apple leads Dropbox, Amazon and Google when it comes to cloud storage, according to the research firm.
Mailbox wants to add features and support in the face of explosive growth (and all the challenges that entails).
Dropbox’s API allows developers’ apps to work with Dropbox as if the service were a local file-system on a device.