With rumors floating around about Google Drive being launched within the next week, other cloud storage companies are probably scrambling to figure out how to compete with the (rumored) 5GB of free storage that will be offered by Google, and all the possible features that Google Drive will have. Microsoft is one of those companies who are changing things up, and they've announced a few new features, one of which iss a larger file-size limit.
One of the big new features is the upgraded file-size limit. You can now upload a max of 300MB per file from your desktop. Another big feature is Open Document Format (ODF) support. The two other new features deal with the same thing, that thing being an easy way to share documents to your Twitter. They also apparently have some "really big things coming soon," but sadly fail to give any hints as to what those are. You can read the (short) release here.