Now that SugarSync's freebie accounts are going away, you'll need a new home for your cloud-stored stuff. Here's how to make the move.
Latest move underscores an industry in transition -- especially as Microsoft and Google seek to expand their reach by driving down cloud computing prices.
Company has been pushing the open-source OS -- an Android alternative -- in everything from wearables to TVs.
Not all cloud services are built alike. We take a look at some of the most popular options — what they're for, how you can use them and, most importantly, what you get.
After Google drastically slashes prices on its cloud storage monthly plans, it's now a matter of time before the other major players react.
What does the OneDrive cloud service have going for it? Why, Microsoft's four-decade legacy and the reputation that goes with it, of course.
SugarSync for Android adds sharing to social networks, long-awaited file management functionality, and more.
There's a catch, but this impressive cloud service lets you back up data, share and sync like Dropbox, and access files on the go with mobile apps.
That's a $60 freebie on a $99.99 purchase. If you were planning to re-up your Gold membership anyway, this might be a smart move.
While Dropbox is leading the cloud storage and syncing landscape with 175 million users, other services are offering similar features for less money.