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Canonical prepares to increase the storage for Ubuntu One, however, the new storage limit is yet to be disclosed.

In case you don't know, Ubuntu One is a service which allows Ubuntu users to synchronize files between multiple computers via the internet and also share files using it's web interface or work remotely with those computers. Currently, users get 2 GB of space available for free or 10 GB of available space for $10.00 (USD) per month.

Canonical seems to be listening very closely to Ubuntu One user requests regarding Windows, Mac OS X and iPhone support too (Ubuntu One currently runs on Ubuntu only), and they may "revisit the discussion at the beginning of next year [2010]," says Ubuntu One Product Manager Matt Griffin. "A few people have chimed in and said they’re interested in doing [cross-platform] development, but we haven’t seen anything concrete yet," adds Griffin.

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