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Did you know that you could paste the URL of any online file into the Windows open box when uploading to a site like Facebook or Dropbox? This way, you don't have to download the files to upload them again. (Technically the file is downloading in the background, but nonetheless it's pretty seamless.)
Learn how to easily upload files to Amazon's Cloud Drive service using its free desktop app.
Popular file-sharing site FileSonic limits use after the MegaUpload arrests, Obama uses Google+ Hangout, and Research In Motion's co-CEOs resign to make way for a new leader.
This Android app let's you upload pictures to every media service you can think of, and it's free.
The Clip + Sling, which is in beta testing, aims to make video file uploading and sharing easy. With major backing from media giant CBS, Clip + Sling is expected to be out of the box in Q2 of 2007. Sling Media says it hopes to create a community centered around legal video uploads.
Chatroulette tops Google's "fastest rising" search terms of 2010, Howard Stern will now be on the Sirius XM mobile-phone app, and YouTube removes its 15-minute limitation on video uploads.
Take a peek inside Silicon Valley's new Equinix data warehouse as CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari speaks with Smugmug.com CEO Don MacAskill about how online photos are uploaded and shared on the Web. See the facility and learn how to tell when someone clicks on one of your photos.
Find yourself uploading files but hate the hassle of such a multi-step process? With CloudApp for OS X and FluffyApp for Windows, just drag any file to your menu bar or system tray, and the resulting URL is automatically copied to your clipboard. Veronica has more on today's Tekzilla Daily.
Feel like streaming music, photos, and video on the go but don't want to upload it to someone else's cloud? The Pogoplug Video turns your own hard drives into online-sharable media libraries.