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DoubleTwist's CloudPlayer can stream to Android Wear and Auto

DoubleTwist's CloudPlayer can already pull and stream media from Dropbox, OneDrive and Google Drive accounts, but now it works on AllPlay speakers, Android smartwatches and Auto. Yep, you'll be able to stream your tunes in your car, on your wrist and in your home or office... Show More Summary

Adobe and Dropbox make it easier to edit PDFs from the cloud

Dropbox got cozy with Microsoft Office back in the spring, offering a way to easily edit files stored in its cloud-based repository. Now, Dropbox is getting friendly with Adobe Document Cloud, too. More specifically, the company is playing nice with Adobe Acrobat DC and Acrobat Reader to serve up quick and easy access to edit PDF documents. Show More Summary

Adobe teaming up with Dropbox to strengthen Acrobat DC + Reader, eSign gaining new partners

2 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

In an effort to make PDF documents more accessible and beneficial for customers, Adobe and Dropbox are teaming up to offer integration in Acrobat DC, Acrobat Reader, and in Dropbox’s site and apps. Dropbox and Adobe customers will first notice the integration in Acrobat DC and Reader on the desktop with Acrobat Reader and Dropbox for iOS […]

Dropbox and Adobe partner to make PDF editing less annoying

3 hours agoTechnology : Gigaom

The PDF is the cockroach of file formats. Long after civilization has ended, an evolved form of one of the planet's hardiest insects will attempt to read a PDF containing everything…

How to save email attachments in Mail for iPhone and iPad

With iOS 9 you can now save email attachments to iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, and more! You receive an email with a file attached to it, maybe a spreadsheet or presentation, a PDF or plain text. You don't just want to open it in an app, though. Show More Summary

Burner Connections

Burner is going beyond disposable phone numbers. The new free Burner Connections feature integrates web services with your phone. Save received photos to Dropbox, make an SMS bot with Evernote and more. Also, you can now renew a number for just $5 a month.

The high-profile Google exec who almost defected to Dropbox just got a promotion (GOOG)

New Google CEO Sundar Pichai just made his first major executive promotions, according to Re/code's Mark Bergen. Among them: Neal Mohan got promoted from vice president of display and video advertising to SVP. We've referred to Mohan...Show More Summary

Burner makes a smarter phone by integrating with Dropbox, Evernote, & Slack

Remember when people still used their smartphone as a phone? (Yeah, it was a long time ago.) I always assumed that the reason no one bothers calling anymore is because the experience…

Burner makes a smarter phone by integrating with Dropbox, Evernote, & Slack

4 days agoTechnology : Gigaom

Remember when people still used their smartphone as a phone? (Yeah, it was a long time ago.) I always assumed that the reason no one bothers calling anymore is because the experience…

Burner integrates its disposable phone numbers with Evernote, Slack, Dropbox, and SoundCloud

With all the innovation taking place over at least the past few years and this shuffle from desktop to mobile-first, one thing has (hopefully) remained consistent: your phone number. It has become an integral part in your identity, sort of like your Social Security number. And for some people, giving it away willy-nilly just isn’t […]

Burner Gets Business-Ready With Auto-Renewing Lines, Connections To Slack, Dropbox, Evernote & More

Burner, the app that lets you create disposable phone numbers you can use for a variety of purposes including online ads, while traveling, for business projects, dating profiles, and more, has been, until now, a fairly utilitarian sort of messaging app. You could create number, call, text and check voicemails, but not much else. Today, that changes with the launch of… Read More

Y Combinator is launching a research lab for moonshot projects

After having incubated the likes of Dropbox, Reddit and Airbnb over the past decade, startup seed accelerator Y Combinator is launching a research lab to fund and enable moonshot projects that focus on fundamental technologies that will be freely available to everyone. Show More Summary

Accel Partners Brings Back Steve Carpenter as Executive in Residence

After selling his startup Endorse to Dropbox in 2013, Mr. Carpenter helped the storage company build its early enterprise sales operation.

Dropbox rolls out quick-access ‘badge’ to all, making it easier to collaborate on Office files

Dropbox announced today that its previously business-exclusive ‘Dropbox badge’ feature is now available for consumer users, too. As it always has, the badge lets you see if other people are working on shared Word, Excel or PowerPoint...Show More Summary

Get your shit together: Set up a Dropbox for wedding vendors

We've talked about how super awesome this level of techie organization can be for planning a self-catered wedding; and how awesome Dropbox is as a collaboration tool for wedding planning. Never used Dropbox? No sweat. Here's how...

If Your PrintScreen Key Isn’t Working, It Might Be Dropbox

Though there are multiple ways to capture what’s on your screen, the Windows PrintScreen button is a tried-and-true favorite that doesn’t require any extra software. However, Dropbox can hijack this button and keep it from copying a screenshot to your clipboard. Show More Summary

Why Adobe's CreativeSync Is So Much More Than Just Dropbox For Designers

CreativeSync will allow Adobe to bind thousands of mobile apps together into one beautiful, cross-design suite, with Creative Cloud at its center. There was a time when professionals did all of their work on a desktop PC running a marquee Adobe app: Photoshop, Lightroom, InDesign, or Illustrator. Show More Summary

How To Automate Your Backup With NAS, Dropbox, Gdrive, OneDrive And Many Others

In this post I’ll explain the structure and scheme that I personally use for backup. It’s not the cheapest, not the easiest, and perhaps not the safest method, but after trying several options, I believe this setup provides  balance between price, accessibility and data integrity. The two main objectives here were: 1) eliminate any monthly payments, and 2) combine [...]Show More Summary

Notes from a trip across China's 'Great Firewall'

On my first night here, I found in my room at the China World Hotel a thick, full-color card featuring the logos and addresses of many of America's most popular websites: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Dropbox, Google and so on. A list of amenities similar to the pamphlets you find in many hotel rooms...

New Documentary Features Star Designers at Airbnb, Facebook, and Google

Slated for release early next year, the documentary "Design Disruptors" highlights how design has become a competitive advantage at 17 high-profile companies, including Dropbox, Twitter, Netflix, Pinterest, and Spotify.

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