Share File More Securely and Efficiently Than Ever Before with Dropshare 4

Sharing files is part of everyday life at the office, and there’s no tool that makes it easier than Dropshare 4. This Mac app allows you to upload screenshots, screen recordings, files, and folders, then simply drag and drop to the provider of your choice.

Instead of trusting your files to another company, take control of where your files are stored, and say goodbye to limitations on file size. Dropshare aims to fit seamlessly into your workflow to make you more efficient at the office. It’s compatible with Rackspace Cloud Files, AWS S3, Microsoft Azure Blob Storage, Google Drive, BackBlaze, and via SCP and SSH on your own file server.

Share files more easily than ever before! Dropshare 4 is yours for just $12.99 in the Technabob Shop, a 48% discount from the regular price.

SparkFun Rogue Router Solar-powered File Server Lives, Dies, Lives Again

SparkFun Electronics came up with a neat idea for a set and forget file server. The Rogue Router can power itself using one of SparkFun’s new solar panels, so you can place it even in remote locations.

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The server uses the Arduino-based SparkFun ESP8266 Thing Dev Board. It also has a microSD breakout board, a LiPo solar charger, a 2000mAh battery and a 3.5W solar panel.

SparkFun also made two smaller versions of the Rogue Router: the Rogue 1.2 and the Rogue Mini:

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Head to SparkFun’s GitHub page to get the Rogue Router’s firmware and the 3D files for all three enclosures.

[via Geeky Gadgets]

Deal: Minbox File Sharing & Unlimited Cloud Storage

Share files like a pro with Minbox’s collaboration and sharing service. Not only is it as easy to use as dragging and dropping files into your web browser, but you can deliver files to clients and partners with the ability to custom brand and style the interface.

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Files and links can be easily gathered up into projects, and you can accept annotations and comments on your uploads too. There’s also the ability to track whether someone has viewed or downloaded your files. You can even integrate and unify files from different cloud storage services like Dropbox and Google Drive.

Best of all, there’s no storage limit on your Minbox account. The only constraints are that you can upload no more than 2,000 files at a time, and no more than 1,000 downloads per month, which should be more than enough for most uses.

You can sign up for Minbox’s Baller Plan for just $39(USD) for 1 year or $59 for 2 years, a savings of  78% to 83% off the list price. Head on over to the Technabob Shop now to order.

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Leef’s Bridge USB flash drive lets you share files between your smartphone and computer

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Sharing files between devices using the cloud is fine, but California firm Leef Technology believes it has a more direct approach: a USB key. Aptly named Bridge, the flash drive lets you copy files from any Android 4.0 or higher device with a micro-USB connector, then transfer them to your Mac or PC by popping out the larger end. It's similar to the micro-USB OTG dongles we've seen at Computex earlier this year, despite the difference in design. You can nab the double-ended peripheral in either 16GB ($18) or 32GB ($28) from Amazon or Leef's website (at the source), and a 64GB GB version will be out in July. Who knows -- maybe that'll finally put an end to the cat video and selfie clutter on your cloud service.

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