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You can back up your files or sync them. Or, with Mozy, you can do both. It's a flexible but confusing service.
By letting Android users see files stored on their PCs, Backblaze takes another step toward sync services such as Dropbox.
That's half off the regular price for this highly automated service, which works with Windows and Mac PCs and includes laptop location-tracking.
It's not unlimited storage, but the 100GB allotment should be more than enough for most users. This same subscription would normally run you $99.99.
Good news for the Android crowd: Mozy's new app links you directly to your backed-up data, which you can view, play, share, and so on.
Lots of great deals, including dirt-cheap cloud backup and a $50 touch-screen Nook e-reader with GlowLight.
The online backup and storage site now has its own iPhone app through which users of the service can view, download, and e-mail any of their files.
The online backup service announces a closed beta of file synchronization and new mobile apps to access an archive with iOS or Android devices.
Jungle Disk's pricing was initially incorrect in this post. It costs a flat rate of $3 per month plus 15 cents per gigabyte per month.
EMC's online backup subsidiary concludes it can't afford subscriptions for unlimited data backup. CNET News' Stephen Shankland concludes it's his fault.