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"Any travel gadget must be worthy of the space it takes in a suitcase… one of Mr. Dean’s current favorites include The Egg."
—The New York Times
"The Egg … gives an extra 256GB of memory …enough to store literally tens of thousands of extra photos and up to 45 hours of HD video."
"The dreaded pop-up alerting us to dwindling storage is a real nuisance. This is where The Egg wants to help."
"One should always carry an Egg. This is THE missing piece for managing storage on your smart phone and keeping all your photos in order."
—The Washington times
[One of the] 14 Cool Things from The Connected Car Expo."
I found that The Egg was most useful when used with my iPhone.
...the simplicity of a personally controlled online presence - unlike Facebook, with its cryptic security settings - should attract those tired of being sold to with every click.
"Compact and powerful, The Egg has many uses."
"one could dump all of their info from their mobile devices onto this hand-held server and maintain total control ..."
—AZ Tech Beat
"So far I love it ... The Egg makes storage issues a thing of the past"
—The Buist Babble
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THE EGG: PERSONAL CLOUD OFFERS STORAGE AND PRIVACY
Ethan Baron | The Mercury News | April 25, 2016
Weighing in at 7 ounces and featuring a touch screen, the slick, flattened-oval device addresses two consumer pain points: concerns about privacy, and frustration over lack of storage space on phones.
WHAT HELPS A STARTUP GROW IN ARIZONA?
Bronwyn Flores | Consumer Technology Association (CTA) Tech | April 20, 2016
"Cloud services, by nature, are dependent on monetizing user data. This makes a great target for hackers. A May 2015 Pew Research study found a majority of consumers feel they have lost control of their data due to these characteristics. We believe there is need for a private alternative to cloud services and Eggcyte is well positioned to satisfy that need. "
MEET THE EGG: MEMORY STORAGE SOLUTIONS FOR TRAVELLERS
Ken Foxe | Lonely Planet Travel News | February 1, 2016
It has happened to all of us at some point .... a painful trawl through the memory cards of our phones or cameras agonising over which files to delete to free up additional space.
10 BEST TRAVEL GADGETS FROM CES 2016
Lark Gould | Washington Times | January, 2016
One should always carry an Egg. This is THE missing piece for managing storage on your smart phone and keeping all your photos in order.
GIFTS FOR GADGET FANS? ANYTHING BUT BATTERIES
Kevin Brass | The New York Times | November 30, 2015
Any travel gadget must be worthy of the space it takes in a suitcase, super light and durable and it must work easily in any country. Mr. Dean’s current favorites include The Egg from Eggcyte ($299), a “personal cloud” for backing up and privately sharing photos, music and videos from phones and other devices.
14 COOL THINGS FROM THE 2015 CONNECTED CAR EXPO
Austin Lott, Stefan Ogbac | Motortrend | November 19, 2015
The Egg is a novel alternative to "cloud" storage. The device has the ability to connecct to the Internet and serve its contents over the Internet.
8 WIRELESS WAYS TO STAY CONNECTED WITH FARAWAY FAMILY
Jeana Lee Tahnk | Mashable | November 3, 2015
The dreaded pop-up alerting us to dwindling storage is a real nuisance. This is where The Egg wants to help. Dubbed as a "personal cloud device," [The] Egg does everything from store data, import images from many devices (camera, phone, GoPro, etc.) and even serve as a Wi-Fi access point. The Egg offers up to 256GB of storage and works with iOS and Android apps to access and transfer content.
MacFormat - The UK's Biggest Selling Apple Magazine | May 15, 2015
What is it? With no conventional way to expand the storage of your iPhone, running out of space can bean issue. The Egg might just be the solution. It’s wireless, personal cloud storage that you can take around with you, with none of the worries of handing your data over to cloud companies, all contained in a small egg-shaped drive.
EGGCYTE IS MAKING A POCKET-SIZED PERSONAL WEB SERVER (VIDEO)
Roblimo | Slashdot | October 15, 2014
Eggcyte has been working on this for two years. It's on Kickstarter now; a personal server you can use to share music, video, text, and just about anything else without resorting to cloud-based services where one weak password can put your private celebrity photos (you are a celebrity, right?) into the wrong hands.
THE EGG WANTS TO BE YOUR PERSONAL PORTABLE WEB SERVER
Brittany Hillen | SlashGear | October 9, 2014
The Egg will also double as an access point, which will allow users to access their content without a WiFi connection, as well as others nearby.
THE EGG IS A TIZEN BASED PORTABLE TOUCHSCREEN CLOUD SERVER (CROWDFUNDING)
CNXSoft | October 9, 2014
If you like the convenience of cloud storage, but are wary of privacy implications, and/or are not satisfied by the file download/upload transfer rate, a new device called The Egg might be what you are looking for.
CROWDFUNDING: EGGCYTE – DER EIGENE EI-SERVER MIT TIZEN
Mobilenote | Oktober 9, 2014
bei The Egg hat nur der Nutzer den Zugriff und kann festlegen, wer Zugriff bekommt auf die Daten. Die Daten werden hierbei auf dem Ei gespeichert und darüber dann auch an andere Geräte gespiegelt.
EGGCYTE EGG PERSONAL CLOUD STORAGE AND WEB SERVER (VIDEO)
Julian Horsey | Geeky Gadgets | October 9, 2014
Egg content is not tracked or scanned by cloud services, your personal information remains unmistakably yours and not a third party company that is storing your media.
POCKET-SIZED MOBILE TOUCHSCREEN WEB SERVER RUNS TIZEN
Eric Brown | HackerBoards | October 8, 2014
Eggcyte makes a very eloquent case for disentangling our lives from social networking sites where our data is analyzed, packaged, and resold to others.
THE EGG: A PORTABLE SERVER THAT GRANTS CONTROL OVER YOUR PERSONAL INFO
Edgar Cervantes | Mobile Geeks | October 8, 2014
"There’s now a way to take control of your personal information. It’s a new device made by a company named Eggcyte and they call it the Egg. This is a small Tamagotchi-looking device that works as your personal mobile server."
THE EGG-CITING PERSONAL WEB SERVER IN YOUR HAND
Tishin Donkersley | AZ Tech Beat | October 7, 2014
"The Egg, a personalized web server, aims to solve the issue of relying on big data companies for cloud storage, without the privacy concerns or monthly fees."
FORMER INTEL ENGINEER DEVELOPS DEVICE TO REPLACE CLOUD STORAGE
Staff | Phoenix Business Journal | October 5, 2014
"A former Intel Corp. engineer has developed a handheld personal Web server, allowing the owner to store documents, photos and videos giving them more control over them than if they were in the Cloud, reports the Arizona Republic."
EX-INTEL ENGINEER FROM CHANDLER INVENTS SOLUTION TO CLOUD HACKING
Luci Scott | The Republic | azcentral.com | October 3, 2014
"Chandler engineer Thomas Martis left his job at Intel along with two colleagues to develop the Egg, a product that can store important and personal documents."