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How to Clear Out Space in All Your Cloud Storage Accounts

Cloud storage services like Dropbox and iCloud came along to stop us from running out of room on our phones and laptops, but what happens when you’re running out of cloud storage space too? To save you having to pay Apple, Google or anyone else even more money every month, here are some quick tips […]

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Free Up Space in Your Google Account So You Can Back Up Your Phone

Big changes are coming to the Google One cloud storage service, including an all-new iOS app, free phone data backups, and a new data management tool on both iOS and Android. Google already offered a paid, automatic phone backup service for Google users, but the feature will now be free for everyone (as long as […]

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Nintendo Explains How Pokémon Home Will Work

Today Nintendo announced that its cloud storage program for Pokémon, Pokémon Home, will have a paid and free version. The free version has a paltry max capacity of 30 Pokémon, while the paid version will let you store up to 6,000 at $3 a month or $16 a year.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Nintendo Explains How Pokémon Home Will Work

Today Nintendo announced that its cloud storage program for Pokémon, Pokémon Home, will have a paid and free version. The free version has a paltry max capacity of 30 Pokémon, while the paid version will let you store up to 6,000 at $3 a month or $16 a year.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Check Your Android Right Now to See If Your Automatic Google Backup is Broken

Google Drive’s automatic device backup feature is apparently busted for a number of Android users. So far, the bug has been reported on Google Pixel, Samsung Galaxy/Note, Motorola, OnePlus, and Huawei devices, and across both Android 9 and Android 10. That’s a large cross-section of Android devices, but the issue…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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When You Electronically Sign Documents, Always Keep a Copy

When Paul, a freelancer based in New York, couldn’t get a response from a consulting client who owed him money, he thought he might have to take legal action. I’ll download the contract, he thought, as he dug back through his inbox for a link to the document he had signed months before using business […]

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How to Get Early Access to New OneDrive Features

Microsoft’s OneDrive is a great cloud-storage service for Windows 10 users, but there’s a way to make it even better. In the same way that joining the Windows Insider program lets you preview new Windows 10 features, opting into the OneDrive preview program can grant you early access to new OneDrive features—like…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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How to Get Early Access to New OneDrive Features

Microsoft’s OneDrive is a great cloud-storage service for Windows 10 users, but there’s a way to make it even better. In the same way that joining the Windows Insider program lets you preview new Windows 10 features, opting into the OneDrive preview program can grant you early access to new OneDrive features—like…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Is Dropbox Transfer Better Than Other Free File-Sharing Services?

Sharing files over the internet is nothing new, but the process has evolved since the halcyon days of finicky FTP servers and dodgy P2P programs. Now, it’s easy to send large files with a simple web app or cloud service, like Dropbox, and the latter is planning to make this even easier with a new, […]

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How to Get Your Photos Out of Verizon’s Leaky Cloud Service

Storing all your photos in the cloud can be great, until it isn’t. Sometimes the storage service you use might jack up its prices or a few of your photos could just inexplicably disappear. Even worse, your private pictures might just end up on a stranger’s smartphone.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Which Cloud Storage Service Should You Use?

Got an email address? Use a computer? Is that a smartphone in your pocket? Then you need to get yourself some cloud storage. Having an always-accessible repository of your most important photos and files makes sharing files with friends less of a hassle and grants you peace of mind. With options from every major tech…Read […]

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Watch For This iCloud Drive Bug When Upgrading to a New Mac

If you’re migrating from one iMac to another (shinier) one after the holidays, or helping someone set up their new MacBook Pro to replace their old MacBook Air, you might be tempted to use iCloud Drive to move some important files you need to access in a hurry. Unfortunately, if you’re moving files from a […]

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