It's Tuesday, July 26th, 2011.
I'm Wilson Tang on cnet.com and it's time to get loaded.
YouSendIt is known as the convenient service to send large files.
But now, the company is launching a new unlimited cloud-based storage system.
The service is similar to Dropbox and has a free and low cost plans for users to get 2GB of free space or paid users can pay $9.99 a month for 5GB.
However, YouSendIt is also offering an unlimited storage plan for just $14.99 a month.
In contrast, Dropbox's top plan is $20 a month for just 100GB.
LinkedIn, the social network for your professional career is now launching a new feature that will let users apply for jobs with a click of a button on third party websites.
Companies can now add and apply with LinkedIn button to their corporate jobs pages.
Users will get the ability to edit their profiles before submitting and can even check on the status of the submission under LinkedIn
LinkedIn claims that thousands of companies are already using the feature.
Apple is finally enforcing new App Store rules that ban app developers from linking out to external purchasing mechanisms for books or subscription services.
Reports now say that Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Kobo have all updated their e-book apps to remove purchasing links.
Users will still have access to their libraries but will now have to access their respective websites on their own to purchase new books and then sync their libraries afterwards.
for their part complain that they cannot even mention or explain to users how to purchase books in their apps.
Speaking of Apple, reports are servicing that AT&T and Apple are gearing their employees up for a September of a much anticipated iPhone 5. Apple has reportedly working on increasing its staff for its retail stores in the fall inviting back former employees to work between August 15th and September 15th.
AT&T is also reportedly asking its managers and employees to finish all training before the launch.
Verizon for its part remains mum on when
the iPhone 5 will launch.
Samsung were reportedly launched its 4G-capable Galaxy Tab 10.1 on Thursday.
The tablet comes with a 10.1-inch display that runs a 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor.
The Android-based tablet comes in metallic gray or glossy white.
A 16GB version will retail for $529.99 while the 32GB version will go for $629.99.
Those are your headlines for today.
I'm Wilson Tang for cnet.com and you've just been loaded.