New SSD Drives, New Cloud Storage Options, Big Microsoft Changes, Samsung Galaxy S III – HT071
Jim and Andrew are joined this week by Gary Johnson (filling in for Christian) and Special Guest Chris Lux for show 71 of The Home Tech Podcast. We chat about New SSD Drives, the newest in Cloud Storage Options (Google Drive, SkyDrive, Dropbox) as well as some big Microsoft changes with their software.
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One thought on “New SSD Drives, New Cloud Storage Options, Big Microsoft Changes, Samsung Galaxy S III – HT071”
I believe you discussed PogoPlug in this episode. I tried it, one big issue. It obviously depends on your upload speeds for remote access, such as from your phone. If you are used to the download speeds from a site such as Dropbox, your uploads from your PogoPlug at home will sorely disappoint.