It’s been mentioned at Mashable, that it looks like Gmail’s storage will soon look to be evolving into a major competitor for sites that are currently offering free / cheap online file and multimedia storage. I mean, why shouldn’t it? With at least 2.8 GBs of free space in everyone’s mailbox just to store attachments and 1.0 GB for photos and pics, its no wonder why users like viksoe.dk have created tiny tweaks to make Gmail’s storage more accessible, as if it was a “real” online file storage system.
With Google’s new storage system being brought together, space from Gmail and Picasa can be further maximised, users who desire a more premium service can go for a checkout to purchase more space. Get addition 6 GB for $20.00 per year, 25 GB for $75.00 per year, etc…
With all this space available via Google’s services (even before a paid upgrade), might one of the first services to possibly increase their free storage space be Microsoft’s Skydrive (Beta)?
I was lucky to come across this site via http://freebies.mutum.org/, Alluc.org offers free news, cartoons, tv-shows, animes, movies, as well as music videos and sports videos. The site itself is quite up-to-date, for example popular titles like, The Simpsons Movie, The Break Up, Ghost Rider, Mr Bean’s Holiday, Fantastic 4 can easily be found under the movie’s section. What is unique about the site is that it doesn’t actually host these video files, but acts as a site to share video links, although there are a few out there like TV-Links or Peekvid, but Alluc.org is certainly one of the largest ones on the net.
All that you need to do is sign up for an account, of course for free, then you’re ready to watch as much as you like!
320by480.com is a new site with lots of resources for wallpapers, selected and created specifically for your iPhone. A forum and also a suggest section is currently being setup for visitors to submit and contribute their own favourite iPhone wallpapers to be downloadable from the site!