MediaFire may not be perfect, but it is easy to use, and its 50GB of free storage is almost unbeatable.
Could the new MediaFire app for Android and its 50GB of free storage give Dropbox a run for its money?
No, really: 50 gigabytes. The app has a few limitations, but it's still a major score for any Android user with an eye to the cloud.
It's not quite Dropbox, but it's still a whole lot of space for a zero-dollar investment.
RapidShare and MediaFire are defending themselves against accusations that their cyberlocker services violate copyright, but copyright owners say they're largely unimpressed.
Company denies the allegations made by a Paramount exec, who included it in a list of top 'rogue' Web sites.
MediaFire raises the stakes by offering boatloads of Dropbox-style storage for cheap.
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The Facebook Messenger app for iOS now can make voice calls, iPhone users can purchase Amazon MP3s from their device, and the fake-girlfriend story involving a football star has drawn attention to the "Catfishing" phenomenon.