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The cloud-storage startup is offering a terabyte of storage for heavy users, and its software will appear on almost all HTC devices in 2012.
"We're doing a lot of things here that can, and should, influence the way higher education is generally thought of," says Joi Ito.
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Apple's "magical and revolutionary" device is quite a good e-reader, though.