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OneDrive offering 30GB free cloud storage for iPhone, Android and Windows Phone

OneDrive offering 30GB free cloud storage for iPhone, Android and Windows Phone

By 20 September 2014

Microsoft is offering 30GB of OneDrive space for free, as it makes a major play to snap up those storing photos in the cloud. Pitching the limited offer directly at iPhone owners, Microsoft says on the OneDrive blog: "For those getting ready to install... >>

Microsoft OneDrive app lands for BlackBerry 10 devices

Microsoft OneDrive app lands for BlackBerry 10 devices

By 5 March 2014

Microsoft's cloud storage service has finally made its way to BlackBerry in the form of an app called Connect to Microsoft OneDrive. Microsoft announced earlier in the year that it was renaming Sky Drive, its cloud storage service, to OneDrive, following... >>

At some point today Microsoft will be giving away 100GB of OneDrive storage for free

At some point today Microsoft will be giving away 100GB of OneDrive storage for free

By 19 February 2014

To celebrate the launch of OneDrive (nee SkyDrive), Microsoft will be giving 100,000 people free 100GB storage updates. These will go on a first come first served basis to the first 100,000 to sign up for the offer. The catch is, the company won't reveal... >>

OneDrive vs SkyDrive: What's the difference?

OneDrive vs SkyDrive: What's the difference?

By 19 February 2014

Microsoft's efforts in the cloud aren't going away, but will be under a new name. The company announced last month that it's renaming SkyDrive to OneDrive, following a lawsuit in the UK from media company BSkyB. Now the rebranding changes are finally... >>

OneDrive launches across all devices and with new features, don't call it SkyDrive

OneDrive launches across all devices and with new features, don't call it SkyDrive

By 19 February 2014

Microsoft has relaunched SkyDrive as OneDrive, thanks to a decision in court favouring British TV and media company BSkyB in a battle over trademarks in the UK and Europe. The Redmond company hasn't simply altered the logo and pushed out the same... >>

OneDrive: The new global name for SkyDrive, as Microsoft adheres to court order

OneDrive: The new global name for SkyDrive, as Microsoft adheres to court order

By 27 January 2014

Microsoft has changed the name of its SkyDrive cloud service to OneDrive, after a UK court found in June 2013 that the original name infringed on a trademark owned by British broadcaster and network BSkyB. Microsoft agreed to change the name without... >>