The online storage provider has a new service that lets mobile developers more easily integrate cloud storage into their apps--for free.
Ever wanted to save all your stuff in one place? Look no longer. Box.net has a new solution called OpenBox that promises to do just that.
Box.net's co-founder and CEO Aaron Levie announces OpenBox, a new offering where existing online services are integrated directly into Box.net's online storage service in turnkey fashion, without the need for software developers to mash them up for you.
The second-screen TV companion seeks to blend TV programming with interactive features, including social networks and targeted advertising.
Box.net has partnered with iSpeech to read your text documents back to you.
The ultraportable Dell's long-rumored to have in the works will be introduced in two days, according to a partner.
Dropbox is unleashing a trio of apps for popular mobile devices, as well as a new API for app developers to build cloud storage into their applications.
Box.net now lets you search through your files based on what's inside them, not just the name.
TextFlow is working with Box.net to put its Microsoft Word document comparison skills into practice on files people have stored on Box.
Web storage service Box.net has gotten even better with a new collaborative document editor that lets its users edit and create documents within its service.