By having file syncing for its personal cloud storage service, Amazon joins the likes of Dropbox and Box.
The general public can't sign up for Cubby just yet, but Cheapskate readers can! Here's your no-wait invitation to file syncing and sharing done right.
Dropbox users, listen up: Your beloved product is way too limiting.
You can back up your files or sync them. Or, with Mozy, you can do both. It's a flexible but confusing service.
Acronis announces its new True Image Home 2012 backup software, which now offers file synchronization and other improvements.
The online backup service announces a closed beta of file synchronization and new mobile apps to access an archive with iOS or Android devices.
Storage service Box.net is now giving its business and enterprise users a way to sync up local desktop folders with their Box.net cloud storage. The feature is expected to trickle down to consumers soon.
Beta-testing is under way for the Ubuntu One synchronization service for those running the Jaunty Jackalope version of the Linux software, aka Ubuntu 9.04.
From the Cheapskate: Before you plunk down money for Office 2016, consider whether you can get by with a free suite -- or even Microsoft's free online version!
Apple's optimizing of the MacBook and iPad interfaces makes for a solid duo. But moving between the devices could be easier.