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Dropbox has long been the premier online storage provider for many, and the company has taken a step to try and push users away from its free tier and into one that will generate some money. That move is to limit free Dropbox accounts to a total of three devices.
To the cloud, file storage service! That certainly seems to be the mantra as of late. And the competition amongst companies who provide such services is definitely heating up. Dropbox, a popular choice for quite some time (its name is practically the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about cloud storage) is being threatened by SkyDrive, which really stepped up its game today. iCloud also provides an unbeatable seamless backup/syncing experience for users of iOS and Mac. On top of this, Google wants to get their foot in the door of this market with Google Drive.
As expected, Microsoft has started to slowly and gradually roll out cloud storage services for all Xbox 360 users, which will help them in syncing their progress in the cloud and across multiple consoles without without having to worry about running out of offline storage.