pCloud: Save Your Files in the Cloud
pCloud is a Switzerland-based cloud storage company which helps you save your local hard-disk space. It offers multi-platform cloud storage that any user can use efficiently. The best part about this solution is that, after you copy the files to the pCloud, you can delete them from your hard-disk and then seamlessly keep using the files on your computer. This is especially useful for devices which have low memory, like ultra-light laptops and mobile phones.
 
pCloud allows you to upload any type of file, without any size restrictions. If you need to encrypt your private files, you have that option as well. The basic version comes free and, for larger space and encryption, you need to pay.
 
 
 
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    Happy Couple: Valentine’s Day App
    With Valentine’s Day approaching and youngsters going into a tizzy, it may be a good idea to find out how much you are actually in sync with your lover or partner. Just try this cool app which sends both of you a daily short quiz asking questions about your partner’s and your likes and dislikes. 
     
    The more the cross-matches, the more the compatibility. And, if the answers don’t match—well, you know what your better half is thinking!
     
    The app acts as a springboard for starting a relationship-building dialogue about feelings, values and aspirations. The questions bring you closer: from a variety of six different topics, your partner and you can answer five questions a day about each other and then discuss each other’s responses. 
     
    Help yourself strengthen your relationship as your partner and you continually learn more about one another.
     
     
     
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    6 months ago

    *Facepalm*

    Crypto shock for investors after CEO dies with passwords for USD145 mn kitty
    Highlighting the risks in the poorly-regulated cryptocurrency market, death of entrepreneur Gerald Cotten in India who was the owner of Canada's biggest cryptocurrency exchange Quadriga has left thousands of his investors in a quandary.
     
    Cotten who died in a Jaipur hospital in December has plunged Quadriga into crisis and left it struggling to figure out how to refund more than 100,000 of its users as only he had access to $145 million of bitcoin and other digital assets.
     
    With his death, the passwords that can unlock the cryptocurrencies are now gone as his laptop and smartphone are highly encrypted.
     
    "Many of the digital currencies held by Quadriga are stored offline in accounts known as 'cold wallets', a way of protecting them from hackers and Cotten is the only person with access to the wallets, according to the company," CNN reported.
     
    Cotten, 30, died due to complications with Crohn's disease while travelling in India.
     
    "For the past weeks, we have worked extensively to address our liquidity issues, which include attempting to locate and secure our very significant cryptocurrency reserves held in cold wallets. Unfortunately, these efforts have not been successful," Quadriga said in a statement on its website.
     
    Cotten's widow, Jennifer Robertson, said in the affidavit posted online that the laptop that Cotten used to run the currency exchange is encrypted.
     
    "I do not know the password or recovery key. Despite repeated and diligent searches, I have not been able to find them written down anywhere," she said.
     
    The company has hired an investigator to see if any information could be retrieved but ongoing efforts have had only "limited success in recovering a few coins" and some information from Cotten's computer and phone, BBC reported.
     
    The Canadian High Commission in New Delhi told CNN that it was aware of Cotten's death and had "provided consular assistance," but declined to reveal further details.
     
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