Four days before the purported launch of Samsung’s cloud service, Korea’s other technology giant has unveiled LG Cloud. The eponymous service offers 5GB free space as standard, while owners of LG’s Smart TVs or smartphones will get 50GB free for six months. It’ll push content between your devices, appropriately compressed for the medium, so high definition images on your TV will be slimmed down to save your phone’s data cap. The free beta begins in South Korea and the US from May 1st, with a global rollout pencilled in for next year — but don’t worry, the company made it clear you’ll be able to use it on your holidays, if you can find a signal.
Box has announced that for the next month, anyone with a both account or who signs up for a new free Box account will get 50GB of free storage, the deal is only available to Android users.
Box normally offers 5GB of free storage, and they will be offering the 50GB of free storage until the 23rd of March 2012, to qualify all you need to do is download the latest version of Box from the Android Market.
For one month, Box is offering all Android users 50GB of free cloud file sharing and storage for the lifetime of their Box account, making it easier than ever to access large quantities of business content from anywhere. To claim their 50GB, users can simply update or download the latest version of Box for Android (version 1.6) and log in from their Android smartphone or tablet. New users will need to sign up for a Box account from their Android device. The offer is available for one month, ending March 23, 2012.
You can find out more information about Box for Android over at the Box website.