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Ubuntu’s cloud storage service hits Mac in beta, with 5GB free

Canonical’s Ubuntu One cloud storage service hit Mac OS X in a beta on Thursday, bringing Ubuntu’s Dropbox competitor to all widely used platforms. The service already had applications for Windows, iOS, Android, and of course, Ubuntu.

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