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How to install Dropbox on ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Primeview story

http://gamblis.com – Dropbox is a popular online file storage service. With Dropbox, you can save your files to online Dropbox server, sync your computer and devices easily. As a result, you can access your file from anywhere as long as you have internet connection. Dropbox also available for Android Operating System. Here, we will show you how [...] (HowTos)

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[ROM]{port} The Arctic 2.3.4view story

http://androidforums.com – [ROM] The Arctic Build Version: , by mattlgroff [OP] (Developer) Developer Last Online: Apr 2012 Build Version: Rating: (General)

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How to get max free space on dropbox & sugarsyncview story

http://androidforums.com – Cloud Computing is fast becoming more and more popular and it is very useful to have your important files on the cloud. Having a file on a cloud service means you can access the latest version of that file on all your devices wherever you are. There are a lot of free and paid services to choose from: 1. Dropbox - The most popular cloud storage service with 2GB free storage 2. (General)

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Canonical Pursues Android World with Updated Appview story

http://www.thevarguy.com – Ubuntu itself may still be a long way away from running on a phone or tablet. But that isn’t stopping Canonical from trying to establish a foothold in the Android market via Ubuntu One, which just saw the release of a new version of its Android app boasting a host of updated features. (IT news)

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Get max free space on Dropbox & Sugarsyncview story

http://androidforums.com – Cloud Computing is fast becoming more and more popular and it is very useful to have your important files on the cloud. Having a file on a cloud service means you can access the latest version of that file on all your devices wherever you are. There are a lot of free and paid services to choose from: 1. Dropbox - The most popular cloud storage service with 2GB free storage 2. (General)

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USB permission? (Dropbox on USB)view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hello,I want to install Dropbox on my USB key, but it's marked as "read-only", so I used thunar as root, went to the usb key folder's properties and tried to change the permissions to "read and write" but after half a second it would switch back to "read only". How can I fix this? (HowTos)

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Manage Your Vehicle With aCarview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – I’m what some people call a “hypermiler”. Yes, I drive a 2005 Honda Civic Hybrid and I like to try to maximize my fuel mileage when I drive. Ok, before you start groaning about me being the slow guy in the left lane, I’m not that guy. Driving in the left lane is bad for mileage, so why would I go there? (IT news)

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Samsung’s New Galaxy Devices Receive Pricing And Availabilityview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Samsung is showing no signs of slowing down when it comes to launching handsets and Galaxy players despite how huge their lineup already is.  Samsung’s aim and goal is to reach a wide array of customers by offering as many options as possible to the consumer.  This is includes a wide variety of price ranges as well. (IT news)

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Bitdefender promises safer online syncing with Safeboxview story

http://www.itwire.com – Bitdefender's Safebox doesn't mention Dropbox by name, but that's clearly what the company is going up against. Perhaps Steve Jobs was right when he suggested Dropbox was a feature, not a business. (IT news)

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How to run Dropbox daemon in background?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I'm using Debian 6 and Dropbox. I followed these commands to install it. When I run ~/.dropbox-dist/dropboxd — Dropbox works and stuff. Problem is that when I close terminal or, even worse, — reboot... Dropbox stops to work and I need to run that deamon again. Are there any way I say to computer to automatically start that daeamon in background? (HowTos)