The company says its service now works for more than 19 million people living around the New York metropolitan area.
Free service called Drive will allow users to upload and retrieve photos, documents, and videos, sources tell The Wall Street Journal.
Security company launches LiveKive, cloud-based storage that lets people sync their computers with the service and share them across different devices.
On the same day Apple displays its digital music dominance, an electronics rival says it'll offer streaming music over the Net.
Big Blue enters the cloud-email game with its new LotusLive iNotes service, which will cost $3.75 per month per user.
It's nice to see that some companies like Symantec have learned valuable lessons from the past.
The e-commerce company continues to move into enterprise by taking advantage of its successful cloud-based computing service, Amazon Web Services.
Sony's CEO Kasua Hirai excites fans with two new cloud-based services during his keynote Tuesday at the Consumer Electronics Show. He also bids farewell to the "just good enough era."
Unable to keep up with all the pictures he takes, Danny Sullivan wonders if it's time to give up trying to organize them all. Or can cloud-based services help?
At this year's CES, Cisco unveiled new functionality that will let cable operators roll out new services such as cloud-based TV recording.