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Amazon, Disney and Dropbox increase cloud coverage

Amazon Prime comes with a new storage perk, Disney expands movie streaming to more devices, and Microsoft teams up with Dropbox. Meanwhile, emoji are getting more diverse skin tones.

Today's tech-news forecast: Cloudy with a chance of storage.

Thanks to Amazon, Disney and Dropbox, there are more ways to backup and access your photos, movies and documents online. Watch CNET Update below to learn about Amazon's new Prime photo storage perk, the flexibility of Disney's movie-streaming app, and how Dropbox is blended into Office:

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There's also a touch of mobile news in this roundup. Google launched a new Calendar app that automatically creates events based on Gmail messages. And future emoji will have more racial diversity.

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Amazon, Disney and Dropbox increase cloud coverage