Bitcasa has announced that its cloud storage service is out of beta and is now offering, for a limited time, access to its 'infinite' storage space for $69 a year, which goes up to $99 a year later.
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Bitcasa, which offers up an "infinite storage" cloud service, has announced the launch of new Windows 8/RT and Android apps, along with word that iOS support is on their way soon.
A newly announced company called Bitcasa claims that it will offer a way for your PC to store all of its data on an unlimited cloud-based data storage service for just $10 a month.