Bitcasa, with its infinite and instant cloud storage service, has had to go slow with distribution. After all, any service where you can store an unlimited amount of content and stream it instantly to your device will be in high demand, and Bitcasa has to keep things running smoothly.
TechCrunch Disrupt alumni Bitcasa, the startup that offers infinite storage to its users for just $10 per month, just announced that it is launching its first batch of mobile apps today. The company is launching its Android and Windows 8/RT apps in the Google Play and Windows Store today. Its apps for iOS and OS X are also virtually complete and are scheduled to launch in the beginning of January. → Read More
If you don’t know about TechCrunch Disrupt finalist Bitcasa, you probably should. These are the same folks that blow Dropbox and SkyDrive out of the water, offering users not just a few gigabytes of cloud storage, but infinite storage for your PC or mobile device.
After launching on the Disrupt stage in San Francisco last year, the company has seen modest success, including a $7 million… → Read More
Cloud storage company Bitcasa today announced that it’s now opening its beta to the public. The service, which says that it will offer its users unlimited cloud storage, is currently available for free, but the company plans to charge $10/month after the beta period. In addition, the company also announced that it has raised a $7 million Series A round led by existing investor Pelion Venture… → Read More
We are two days into Disrupt SF, and 31 startups have battled in front of the judges and an audience of thousands to vie for the Disrupt Cup and $50,000. The caliber of the startups across the board was so strong that seven of them are advancing to the final round. After tallying up the judges scores and conferring with the TechCrunch writing staff, Heather Harde and I have selected the… → Read More