SugarSync sweetens the deal with the new Galaxy S III smartphone. I’m Fred Fishkin with technology BootCamp, a report on gadgets and gear. Samsung says it has already shipped more than ten million of its new Galaxy S III smartphones, and there are lots of great features behind its popularity. A new partnership with SugarSync makes it even sweeter. SugarSync director of corporate communications Robb Henshaw…
“What they’ve done is, we’ve worked very closely with them, we’ve integrated into Allshare Play and once you buy your Samsung Galaxy S III device, and then moving forward we’ll be on all the other mobile devices that have Allshare Play, you’ll be able to just click on AllShare Play and it will ask you if you want to connect to a cloud service. And when you do that it will give you the option of logging into your SugarSync account or creating a SugarSync account if you don’t already have one.”
An account that lets you store and sync up to five gigabytes of files…like music and photos…is free as well as being simple and reliable. You can find us at BootCamp.com. I’m Fred Fishkin.
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