Sony Ericsson Offers 50GB Cloud Storage to Xperia Owners

By on December 16, 2011 at 10:37 AM.

Sony Ericsson Offers 50GB Cloud Storage to Xperia Owners

With the festive season coming up, every major market player aims at entice its customers by showering gifts upon them. XPERIA owners will get 50GB of free file storage by simply logging into their Box account from their Sony Ericsson smartphone. With a tie-up with the California-based Box, the company enables its customers to claim their 50GB of storage anywhere from December 15th 2011 to the 31st December 2012. “With people taking more pictures, listening to more music and watching more video on their Xperia smartphone than ever before, especially over the holidays, we wanted to make sure that they had the ability to upload their content to the cloud and share it across multiple devices. XPERIA and Box will provide consumers with access to a massive amount of content on the go putting their smartphone at the very heart of their connected lifestyle,” commented Steve Walker, Chief Marketing Officer, Sony Ericsson. “As more people bring their personal devices in to work to take full advantage of mobile computing, it is essential that they never have to worry about storage limitations,” said Aaron Levie, co-founder and CEO of Box. “By partnering with Sony Ericsson we are bringing the full power of Box’s cloud content management and sharing to those users.”
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Meet ‘The Nest’: Cross-platform, multi-app Twitter sync done right

By on May 6, 2011 at 10:00 PM.

Meet ‘The Nest’: Cross-platform, multi-app Twitter sync done right

When it comes to Twitter, we’re just as addicted as every other poor soul who got sucked in. We’re constantly connected on our phones and computers, always checking our timelines, and we crouch in a corner and cry every time the fail whale rears its ugly head. As addictive as the service is though, Twitter is often asleep at the wheel when it comes to features. Luckily, that’s where third-party developers come into play and when it comes to Twitter apps, there are now thousands of choices across every platform imaginable. Even once you’ve found your Twitter apps of choice, however, one of the most annoying things about being addicted to Twitter is constantly seeing the same tweets as you move back and forth between your phone, PC tablet and other devices. What’s more, when you make changes to your mobile client — say, adding a new list column — you have to make the same changes all over again in your other clients. But what if there was a better way? More →

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