Upload Web files directly to Dropbox from Chrome Video
Need one go-to place for all of your social-media notifications? Then take a look at today's nifty Chrome extension!
Don't need Chrome taking up space on your hard drive? With OldChromeRemover, you can make sure outdated versions of Chrome aren't clogging up your bytes. Veronica shows you how it works on today's Tekzilla Daily.
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.)
Amazon's Cloud Drive and Cloud Player don't really do iOS users any favors. But if you want to stream music to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, SugarSync and Dropbox are much better alternatives.
Need a file? Cloud storage services like Box.net, Dropbox, and SugarSync bring your photos and documents to iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry smartphones.
Control your tabs with this Chrome extension.
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.
Want a few Chrome extensions to make your Twitter experience even better? We've got you covered.
Apple took maps in a new direction over a voice-navigation spat, Facebook partners with Dropbox, and the networks want you to use Zeebox.
Attachments.me gives you tons of options for your Gmail attachments: save to web services such as dropbox, google drive, and box.net; set up filters to organize incoming attachments; and search through past attachments on the website.