As far as cloud storage goes, you could do worse than OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive). Sure, it isn’t Drive or Dropbox, but if you are inextricably tied to the Windows ecosystem, it certainly gets the job done. That isn’t to say it could not use a few improvements, though, something of which Microsoft is aware. (more…)
A new game is now available for all of our sci-fi fans here, one which puts you in the driver seat of a blasting rocket ship in space. The game is called ALONE…, and is not as easy as it may look. (more…)
A new game is available on Google Play this morning, Wipeout 2. The game is based on the popular TV series on ABC of the same name, where real contestants (not actors) attempt to make their way through crazy obstacles. The main idea is that they will wipe out on the course, making for excellent television. (more…)
As anyone who has paid for Dropbox storage can tell you, the cloud company has not exactly been competitive when it comes to pricing, at least comparatively. With the abnegation of an incumbent, Dropbox has left its expensive tiers unchanged in recent months, while competitors like Google and Amazon have drastically undercut them.
Historically, the service has defended its pricing, arguing the included features more than justify the added cost. If this morning’s announcement is any indication, though, the 300 million+ user service is starting to feel the heat. (more…)
T-Mobile announced this morning that it has doubled the number of streaming music services available through its Music Freedom movement. Also, the winner of its social voting poll, where customers told T-Mobile the music service they would most like to see included in the service, has concluded. Google Play Music ran away with the vote by gobbling up almost 750,000 votes. (more…)