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Google To Kill Free Unlimited Storage for High Quality Photos

In a blog post, Google has announced that it is halting unlimited storage for High Quality photos starting June 1, 2021. Any High Quality photos uploaded after that will be subject to the free 15 GB of storage that comes with every Google account, with additional storage coming at a fee.

Canon Takes Down image.canon After Photos and Videos Go Missing

Canon's new 'Camera Cloud Platform' image.canon hasn't been up very long, but it's already experienced its first critical failure. The site has been taken down pending an investigation after "some original photo and video files" that were marked for long term storage were "lost."

Canon to Launch New ‘Camera Cloud Platform’ Called image.canon

Less than two weeks after officially shutting down its last cloud platform, Canon is launching another. So say goodbye to Irista, and hello to image.canon: a new "camera cloud platform" that's less about storage and more about keeping your camera in sync with PCs, smartphones, and other Web services.

Amazon Killing Off its $60/Year Plan for Unlimited Storage

Amazon is tightening its belt when it comes to its cloud data storage services. The company has just announced that its $60 a year plan for unlimited data storage is being abruptly discontinued. For that same rate, you'll now only be able to store 1TB of data.

Amazon’s Unlimited Photo Storage Now Shareable by Prime Subscribers

Amazon launched unlimited photo storage for Prime members back in November 2014. In March of this year, the company began offering the service for $12 a year, allowing anyone to store their lifetime collection of photos -- including RAW files.

Now Amazon is rolling out yet another perk: the ability to share your unlimited photo storage. Prime members can now share Amazon's unlimited photo hosting with one other adult in their household.

Microsoft OneDrive Gets Photo-Centric Updates That Improve the Image Experience

There's a royal rumble going on in the world of cloud storage, and photo storage is one of the battlegrounds upon which the war is being waged. Dropbox launched a photo storage and sharing service in late 2014, and Amazon recently added unlimited photo storage to its Prime membership.

Now Microsoft is getting more serious with photography as well: this past week the company announced updates to its OneDrive service that greatly improve the photo experience.

The New Dropbox Pro Offers 1TB for Only $10/mo, Adds a Ton of New Functionality

Dropbox is a Go-To for many photographers. Whether they're storing their photography, sharing albums with clients or, ahem, sending files to the press, more often than not it's Dropbox they use. And starting today, anybody not using Dropbox's Pro offering has a whole lot more reason to do so thanks to a steep drop in price, a big jump in storage space, and a bunch of new features and functionality.

Amazon’s ‘Fire Phone’ Comes with a 13MP Camera and Unlimited Cloud Photo Storage

Today, Amazon showed us that where there’s smoke, there’s most definitely Fire. After years of rumors that Amazon was working on a phone, CEO Jeff Bezos officially unveiled Amazon’s first attempt at a smartphone at today's event.

It’s called the Amazon Fire Phone and it comes to market with a few interesting, photo-centric features that go beyond the standard camera specs.

Irista: A Cloud-Based Storage Solution Built by Canon for Photographers

Following hot on the heels of a report that claimed Leica is looking to launch a cloud storage service, Canon has opened up Irista, a cloud-based photo storage solution of its own. Originally released in beta a few years ago under the unusual name Project 1709, the now-public service offers photographers a way to store, organize and share images in the cloud.