SugarSync Cutting Off Free Users Feb 8

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After a nice run as the go-to file syncing service for many users, free-loading SugarSync customers must pay up or get out starting February 8, 2014. The service sent out an email to customers yesterday stating that on that date, SugarSync will end their free service. That means people who don’t want to pay will […]

PogoPlug Crushing Competition with 1TB of Cloud Storage for $99 a Year

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PogoPlug offers some unique ways to do cloud storage using your own hard drives by interfacing with their software, website and PogoPlug devices, but they took a huge leap forward today announcing new PogoPlug with Amazon Glacier built-in. This gives consumers up to 1 TB of offsite cloud storage for only $99/year making it much […]

Best iPad Apps for College

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College students today don’t know how good they have it thanks to the iPad and more iPad apps for college than they can count, at least before completing Understanding Numerical Data. I ended my college career in 2005. On that May afternoon when I turned my tassel for the last time I’d never even, heard of apps. […]

Tablets and Simplicity: The Cloud

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Last week I started a series on how Tablets help me with my quest for simplicity. As I said in this post, the quest isn’t one that finds me actively searching for some sort of simple holy grail. Rather, solutions often find me as I test new Apps and new solutions. Tablets promise a new […]

Cubby: A new LogMeIn Competitor to Dropbox and SugarSync

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LogMeIn just launched a new service called Cubby, a competitor to the popular and ubiquitous Dropbox with some of the best features of SugarSync built into the service. LogMeIn is a remote access and control service that lets users log into their computer from the Internet, iOS or Android devices. Once Cubby leaves beta, users can […]

World Backup Day: Back Up Your Android Smartphone And Tablet Automatically

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Backing up an Android phone or tablet isn’t that hard and can even happen automatically in the background. We’ll walk you through how to back up your apps, SMS history, settings, and even your Home screens. Remember, if your data is backed up only in one place, it’s not fully backed up. Take advantage of more than one of free and inexpensive backup options listed.

The Cloud Wars Heat Up with Box OneCloud

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There’s this great song from the musical A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum called “Everybody Ought to Have a Maid.” The lyrics go something like this: Everybody ought to have a maid, Everybody ought to have a working girl, Everybody ought to have a lurking girl To putter around the house. […]

SugarSync 3.0 for iPad Arrives with Gestures, New Interface

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SugarSync announced an update to the company’s iPad app, jumping up to SugarSync 3.0 and bringing a collection of new features to justify the big bump. Of course the new SugarSync app (iTunes) is optimized for the iPad display, thanks to an all out to re-write of the new app from scratch with features that take advantage of […]

SugarSync Adds File Management, Enhances Sharing on Android

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SugarSync is one of our favorite cloud storage tools for a number of reasons, and this week the Android app got even better thanks to new features. The new Android app for SugarSync now makes it easier to share ile and folders, adds the ability to manage your files and includes referral links so you can earn […]

Gift Guide: Geek Gifts for Non-Geeks

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Face it, many of the people on your shopping list this holiday seasons have no interest in the geeky gifts that you would love to give them. They don’t want a smartphone and have no interest in a computer, or anything to do with either one of them. However, they might be someone who needs […]

NaNoWriMo: Best Free Android and iPhone Apps For Writers

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The first week of NaNoWriMo is at an end and hopefully you’ve reached your word count goals every day (or caught up by now). If you’re attending any of the NYC-based write-ins this week, keep an eye out for me! Riffing off my post from earlier this week on good smartphones for writers, today I […]

Win a 30GB SugarSync Account Telling Us How You Would Use It

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The only thing more frustrating than leaving a file at home when you really need it is being unable to send a file to a co-worker or family member because it is too big for email. If you commonly encounter these problems, you need to check out SugarSync and enter our SugarSync Back to school giveaway for […]

7 Android Camera Apps to Take Better Photos

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The camera on your Android smartphone can easily deliver spectacular shots on par with many point and shoot cameras. While the camera app will vary from phone to phone, you can always upgrade to a better camera app to take your Android photography skills to the next level. Next time you go out for a photography walk […]

SugarSync Mobile Device Management Lets You Push Files to iPhone & iPad

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SugarSync is upping the game in mobile device file management, making it easier than ever to send files to your iPhone via the web interface. The new Mobile Device Management feature is rolling out to the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and will soon be coming to the Android and BlackBerry devices. With the new Mobile Device Management […]

How to Get an iCloud Experience on Android

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While the new iCloud service from Apple is garnering attention for the ability to use the cloud to keep your devices in sync with apps, music, documents and more, it’s not the first time these features are available. Apple has done a good job of pulling these services together, but if you want to replicate iCloud on […]

iTunes Match Cost vs. the Competition

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Apple just announced iCloud, a new online service that provides easy access to all the music users have purchased through iTunes for free. Apple has also announced a service called iTunes Match, which will match the music you have ripped or purchased from other stores and add a high quality version to your iCloud library […]

The Best iPad and iPad 2 Apps [May 2011]

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Are you looking for some amazing new iPad and iPad 2 apps? We’ve collected our favorite apps for May 2011 which you need to have on your iPad. These apps will help you stay on task, relax, take photos and stay in the know. Some of these apps are new, while others are old favorites […]

How My iPad Made Me Hate Paper and Helped Me Save Over $15,000

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I hate paper! It is everywhere but thanks in part to my iPad I don’t want to use it anywhere, except maybe the bathroom and dining room. So I’m gonna show you a few ways that my iPad has made me hate paper while saving literally thousands of dollars. Speaker Notes As a preacher I […]

SugarSync for Android Automatically Sends Your Photos to the Cloud

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Now that we are using our phones as cameras more often, we are beginning to amass a collection of photos on these highly mobile devices. Many users will upload a photo or two to Facebook, but not as many will back up their photos to their computer by connecting their phone with a USB cable. […]