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There are plenty of services out there that offer some combination of online file storage, synchronization, and storage. New entrant Dropbox comes to this crowded market with a well-crafted entry (now in beta). Features include file synching via folders on your desktop computer (Windows or OS […]

ScreenshotThere are plenty of services out there that offer some combination of online file storage, synchronization, and storage. New entrant Dropbox comes to this crowded market with a well-crafted entry (now in beta). Features include file synching via folders on your desktop computer (Windows or OS X), sharing via URLs, and a persistent history of file changes that let you roll back any disaster.

For a fuller review, including a code to get into the beta if you’re quick enough, hop over to our parent site GigaOm, where you can also see screenshots.

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  1. Looking forward to see this one in action. Is is similar to Sugarsync? I can’t wait to finally find an alternative to Foldershare .

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