Tuesday, January 18, 2005
Streamload Ups Free Online Storage Ante
San Diego-based Streamload said Monday that it will offer Internet users 10GB of free online storage for people who sign up for its service, no strings attached. The company offers Internet-based online storage that people can access from their Internet browser or from Windows-based file browser. The company upped the storage amount for its users, who can use the service to store personal videos, digital video recordings, MP3, and photo collections. The company also said that paid services will be able to store an unlimited amount of data on the service. Streamload competes with online services such as Xdrive and AOL, who offer similar online storage options for their users.