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Backblaze, the online backup company that has made TUAW headlines with its innovative open-source 180 TB Storage Pods and drop-dead simple Mac backups, today announced a way to get mobile access to your backed-up data. Backblaze Mobile for iPhone (free) works for any current or future Backblaze cu...

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May 24, 2013 at 2:00PM
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Back in December, online backup company Backblaze launched a private beta of its service for Mac users. Like its Windows counterpart, the Backblaze subscription service is $5 US a month (or $50 US a year) for unlimited backup space. Today, the company is officially launching its service for Mac use...

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Look, we feel your pain. There's about a gazillion options when it comes to portable hard drives, but the IDrive Portable actually does differentiate itself from the masses in one particularly useful way. Aside from being the "thinnest and lightest portable USB drive in its class," this 0.3 pound ...

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TUAW readers know that to keep their data safe, they need to perform regular backups. Since Time Machine hit the scene last year, most Mac users have used the OS X application and an external hard drive to perform automated backups. For some Mac users, the thought of losing both the Mac's hard drive...

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Although the official word came down today on Dell's new online backup program, the company has been talking about the service since the 2007 CES. The plan, dubbed DataSafe, is set to be coupled with every new Dell and will afford users 3GB or 10GB of remote storage (depending on their system), as w...

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Dell didn't only drop the official announcement concerning its new Inspirons (both in the desktop and laptop variety), as well as the much-discussed, world's-seriously-thinnest-13-inch-laptop XPS m1330 -- it also managed to uncork the news that all its new widescreen laptops would be EV-DO and HSDP...

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We've mentioned previous efforts to roll your own online iTunes backup using Jungle Disk and Amazon's S3, but frankly that seemed like a little bit of a hack, and potentially opened you up to some surprisingly large fees. Now Xackup is introducing an all-in-one iTunes online backup services called b...

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