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Telstra is offering its own freemium Dropbox-like storage cloud, and this is the companion app for mobile.
The functionality is typical of a cloud storage app, with the syncing software working across iOS, Android, Windows, and Mac.
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The Android development environment for Android, Java, C, HTML received an update over the weekend. The big improvements were upgrading GCC to version 4.4, links web browser to v2.7, and the addition of tutorials.
This self-contained development environment won my heart when I tested developing an Android application from within Android. Use of a physical keyboard is recommended.
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Mooching from the free food on offer is all part of a university student's life. But the days of having to smell your way to free grub seem to be numbered, with apps appearing to replace noses.
This app is currently restricted to the University of Sydney, so there is room for copycat apps to service other unis.