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Google Docs bumps up free storage to 5GB, primes servers for Drive?

Google Docs bumps up free storage to 5GB, warms up servers for Drive?

Is space at a premium in your Google Docs folder? Good news from Mountain View, then, as it’s just stealth-increased the storage allowance for its cloud-based document editor. Unfortunately, anyone that’s already plumped for a paid extension of their Google Docs storage won’t see an extra 5GB on top. This new storage limit also tallies with what we’re expecting to see from Google Drive — presumably pretty soon.

[Thanks Kenji]

Google Docs bumps up free storage to 5GB, primes servers for Drive? originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 24 Apr 2012 04:03:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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ASUS rolls out firmware update to UK Transformer Primes

ASUS rolls out firmware update to UK Transformer Primes
Less than 48 hours after teasing us with promises of upcoming “awesome new features,” ASUS is now delivering the refresh to Transformer Primes in the UK. Via its Euro Facebook page, the Taiwanese outfit has announced that all TF201 owners in the United Kingdom can expect to see the OTA update anytime now. With the fresh ICS version, you’ll be able to tinker with notifications in the lockscreen, connect to Ethernet via USB (adapter not included) as well as get support for wireless ad hoc mode. Unfortunately, TF101 owners will have to exercise some patience, as ASUS says the update for the elder Transformer is still in the works.

ASUS rolls out firmware update to UK Transformer Primes originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 29 Mar 2012 16:06:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Transformer Prime’s locked bootloader falls at the hands of an XDA dev

‘Twas just days ago that we reported upon developer uproar over the locked bootloader currently taking up residence on the ASUS Transformer Prime — and now it looks like some of that pain has been alleviated. A tinkerer over at xda-developers has published viperMOD Primer to help you easily root — or unroot — your shiny new laptop-tablet hybrid. The software necessary to apply the mod is only available for Windows at the moment, although developer -viperboy- is promising a Linux version in the not-too-distant future. Go ahead, pop the hood on your Prime and take a good look around.

[Thanks, Gez]

Transformer Prime’s locked bootloader falls at the hands of an XDA dev originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 04 Jan 2012 11:03:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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