This week, Apple released information on the pricing of their iCloud service, aimed at moving people's storage from local drives into a cloud where it can be accessed from any machine.
An extra 10GB will cost $20/year, more 15GB will be $40/year, and an extra 50GB (for a total of 55GB) will put you back $100 annually. The additional storage is available for purchase via the iOS 5's settings app. Apple users will get 5GB free to start and Photo Stream images will not count against capacity totals.
Wait, hang on, what? 50 gigabytes for a hundred bucks every year? You can get a terabyte mobile hard drive for a little more than that, and you'll have it forever. What in the name of highway robbery was that about?