It's cloud storage week apparently, with Dropbox rolling out an update that improves how its users can share things, Microsoft's SkyDrive getting dedicated desktop apps and a revamped feature set, and Google Drive finally making its long-awaited debut. The market suddenly got much more competitive.
Although there are many more options out there, some serving specific niches, we've hand-picked some of the most established and consumer-friendly cloud storage services and took them for a spin to see how well they stack against each other. We've included a comparative table for an at-a-glance overview of each service's strong points, while a more detailed description should give you a better idea of which one fits your needs.
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