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Originally priced at $80 a year for a 10GB bucket, Nokia's online storage venture -- Ovi Files, formerly Files on Ovi -- has now converted into a free service. Presumably pressured by a variety of free services that operated in the same vein, Nokia's move gives phone users (and not just those on S6

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July 20, 2009 at 12:07PM
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Alright, free ride's over, folks -- Nokia says Files on Ovi is now a production, non-beta service, and that means it's plan choosin' time. Subscribers are still entitled to a free trial, but after that, users of the remote PC-to-handset file transfer service will need to opt into one of two annual

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Nokia has flipped the switch on a new component of its Ovi platform, the aptly-named Files, which allows music, photos, and a variety of miscellaneous files on a Vista or XP-based desktop PC to be accessed straight from your phone. The technology is actually nothing new -- it stems from Nokia's acq

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