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Dropbox weaves cloud photo service Loom into Carousel

Cloud photo service Loom is joining forces with Dropbox, presumably to beef up the storage company's newly launched Carousel app.

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Dropbox looks beyond the cloud with email, photo apps, better business features

Between Dropbox for Business, the new Carousel photo app, and Mailbox's platform expansion, one thing is clear: Dropbox wants to be more than a cloud locker.

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Hands-on with Amazon's long-overdue Cloud Drive Photos app revamp

You may have forgotten about, but Amazon does automated photo backups too. The online retailer just updated their app with a UI overhaul.

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Loaded and locked: 3 seriously secure cloud storage services

For the truly paranoid, storage that's encrypted from start to finish and accessible by no one else, ever.

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FileThis cloud filing service exits beta

FileThis, which logs into your various service accounts and downloads and organizes your statements automatically, has exited beta. It's a convenient service, though there's a leap of faith required in terms of security.

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Microsoft renames SkyDrive to OneDrive

SkyDrive's getting a new name after Microsoft lost a costly trademark battle.

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New API will simplify Google Drive integration with Android apps, says Google

Developers can now test a preview of the Java-based Drive Android API.

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Microsoft gifts Windows Phone users with 20GB of free SkyDrive storage

Ho ho ho! Microsoft's getting into the holiday spirit—but the gift of SkyDrive has a few strings attached.

Bitcasa's jacks unlimited storage plan pricing tenfold

Say goodbye to the days of Bitcasa's cheap, unlimited cloud storage—prices just jumped from $99 per year to $999 per year.

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Kim Dotcom's 'Mega' storage service dumps its beta tag, picks up some new features

Megaupload may be dead and gone, but Mega—the file storage and sharing service that rose from Megaupload's ashes—is going strong.

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