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HTCSense.com alternatives: where to back-up and sync your Android next

HTCSense.com alternatives: where to back-up and sync your Android next

By 3 April 2012

HTC has announced, in a something of a surprise, that it's about to delete customers' data in an overhaul that the company has planned for its online backup service, HTCSense.com. Everything will still work up until 30 April 2012 but if you haven't exported... >>

Hitachi LifeStudio Desk Plus
3.5 out of 5

Hitachi LifeStudio Desk Plus

By 17 August 2011

Backing up your data is boring. We know. But it's a necessary part of our digital lives. So is there anyway of making it any more exciting? Hitachi hopes so and, as such, has released the LifeStudio Desk Plus - a portable hard disk drive with extras.... >>

Dropbox mistake allows login without password

Dropbox mistake allows login without password

By 21 June 2011

Looks like a glitch in Dropbox's authorisation system briefly allowed users to login without a password, exposing accounts to unauthorised entry.  Between 1.54 and 5.46 pm Pacific time yesterday accounts were left totally vulnerable to password free... >>

Win one of five 12-month subscriptions to MozyHome

Win one of five 12-month subscriptions to MozyHome

By 18 August 2010

Pocket-lint has teamed up with Mozy to bring you the chance of winning one of five year-long subscriptions to MozyHome, enabling you to keep all your important digital bits and bobs nice and safe. According to research carried out by Mozy, the average... >>

Clickfree launches Transformer for iPhone

Clickfree launches Transformer for iPhone

By 11 August 2009

Storage Application Corporation, the company behind the Clickfree series of backup devices, has announced a new product that allows you to use spare capacity on your iPhone or iPod for backups. They can also be used to get music off an iPod onto a computer.... >>

Carbonite - Mac
4 out of 5

Carbonite - Mac

By 28 May 2009

We have all pretty much accepted that backup is essential as we now cram more sentimental - or costly - digital matter onto our PCs. Potentially the biggest dilemma is whether to backup locally, or to the cloud. For many Mac users, Time Machine is an... >>

Britons not backing-up their "digital life"

Britons not backing-up their "digital life"

By 27 May 2009

Only a third of us (34%) back up our PC content on a regular basis and just 22% back up all their content, says Symantec, maker of Norton back-up software. The company says UK consumers are more likely to check the oil and water in their car regularly... >>

Daily Tech Deal: GFI Software's free backup and recovery software

Daily Tech Deal: GFI Software's free backup and recovery software

By 22 May 2009

For your Friday tech deal we have a way you can backup your data for free, and so avoid the inconvenience of data loss from hard disk failure or virus attack. GFI Software has announced the release of a free version of its newly-developed backup and recovery... >>

Apple Time Capsule 802.11n Wi-Fi Hard Drive 2009
4 out of 5

Apple Time Capsule 802.11n Wi-Fi Hard Drive 2009

By 30 April 2009

Apple's Time Capsule saw a refresh in the recent bunch of updates from Apple, adding a clutch of new features to a device we already like. The Time Capsule name is perhaps a little misleading, as it leads you think is merely a backup device, but it has... >>

Carbonite Online PC Backup - PC
4.5 out of 5

Carbonite Online PC Backup - PC

By 13 January 2009

Backing-up you important files is becoming more pertinent as more of us increase the number of files we store on our computers, thanks to the rise of the likes of digital photography, downloading music and mobile working. Finding the best backup solution... >>