Cubby is Unlimited File Storage of Sorts


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If your in the market for a file sharing and syncing solution for your computers then you might want to give Cubby consideration when it comes out of its beta period, the service is similar to Dropbox but it offers unlimited syncing of files between computers, and 5GB of cloud storage, which isn’t that bad at all, for now the service is in Beta, but you should keep your eyes open, for more check out Cubby.

Send Files and Messages Between iDevices and Macs with Deliver


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When it comes to sending files and messages across devices, it might be useful to be in a networked environment but if your not and you need to send files or messages from your Mac Desktop to your iDevice and back, then you might want to take at the free program Deliver for iOS & Deliver for Mac OS.

Deluge is a Bittorrent Client for Linux


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If your rocking a Linux desktop and wondering about a Bittorrent client to use for your Torrent needs then you might consider giving the program Deluge a try for Linux, check out Deluge.

Boxify.me Group File Sharing Service


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Perhaps your not looking to share your files with the world but with a select group of people you know or are associated with in some way, well then you might be interested in checking out the service, Boxify.me

Web Based File Sharing


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Your looking for a dead simple way to share files among your friends on the web, and prefer a web based method, well then you should check out this service, HERE.

Improve BitTorrent Speeds & Privacy


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I have been a active user of the Bit Torrent community for some time now and have always been concerned with both getting the best possible download speeds (optimal uploads speeds are also important to maintain good standing ratio’s) and also protecting myself from the good old RIAA / MPAA aka The Devils. So you can find a lot on this topic, but a lot of the guides out there are incomplete, or actually have misleading information. The following guide does a decent job of detailing the setting up and maintaining of a Secure and speed efficient Bit Torrent Client.

 

Bit Torrent Lifehacker Guide

How to share files with computers near you!


 

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This article has a guide to sharing files among computers that are near one another such as sending files between your desktop and laptop or scenarios like this.

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