A new Dropbox build is toying with Chrome extensions for Mac users, and may add one without you even asking for it. In experimental build 3.7.31, Dropbox accounts that use a Gmail address for logging in will have Dropbox’s Gmail extension loaded automatically. Show More Summary
Links: Khoi Vinh: [How Dropbox Remains Relevant](http://www.subtraction.com/2015/05/29/how-dropbox-remains-relevant/) M. Harold Page: ["To people like us, the advice, 'Just write!' is about as useful as an alien screaming at us, 'Just...Show More Summary
One of the announcements that drew the loudest cheer from Google I/O on Thursday was a new service called Google Photos. Google Photos is a service that lets you store and share photos and videos on the web. Users can back up their photos and videos on it automatically, freeing up storage space on their smartphone or tablet. Show More Summary
The biggest news out of Google I/O on Wednesday was perhaps Google's new Photos app While the app — available for iOS, Android and the web — is pretty and comes with a variety of organized views, object identification and impressiveShow More Summary
Google is rapidly pushing cloud storage into commodity territory with a new Photos app that gives users unlimited photo storage for images with a resolution of 16-megapixels and under. The app was announced at Google’s I/O developer conference. Show More Summary
Lenovo announced on Wednesday that your files on Dropbox, Google Drive, and Box can be searched by merely speaking a command to Windows 10’s virtual assistant Cortana. Cortana is a voice controlled assistant modeled after a character from the popular Xbox game, Halo. Show More Summary
How much does a terabyte of photo storage cost? On iCloud, $240 a year. Dropbox, $100. Microsoft OneDrive, $84. Flickr, $25. Google, $0. It’s free on desktop, Android, and iOS. Today, Google announced its new Google Photos product, which offers unlimited free storage of photos and videos. Show More Summary
Hazel is already great way to automate cleaning up your Mac and it’s also great for photo organization. Blogger Jacob Salmela shares a script to sort photos you upload to Dropbox into location-based directories. Read more...
For individuals and particularly workgroups that use Dropbox, Revisions for Dropbox gives Mac users great control over their files.
Dropbox is still Cloud king in terms of backward compatibility OS support, but is Snow Leopard next? The post Dropbox pulls the plug on OS X Tiger and Leopard support appeared first on AppleTell.
Mac: Dropbox’s revision history is a great way to pull up older versions of files, but it’s not exactly easy to use in the web app. Revisions for Dropbox is a Mac app that lives in your menu bar and makes browsing file versions a breeze. Read more...
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The latest PhotoTime update is adding even more functionality to the handy photo organizing app. Yep, including Apple Watch support. [Read more]
I still use Windows Live Writer (http://www.windowslivewriter.com) to post to this blog. It remains the best little blogging app out there. It has a nice plugin ecosystem, great WYSIWYG editor (using IE) even though it hasn't been updated since 2012. Show More Summary
Dropbox’s rise has been impressive: Since its launch in 2007, it’s added 300 million new users across 200 different countries. It was reportedly valued at $10 billion in January 2014. That growth, fueled by $1.1 billion in venture funding, makes Dropbox one of the greatest Silicon Valley startup stories of all time. Show More Summary
Dropbox shed an executive today. The storage and file-sharing company’s Ilya Fushman is joining Index Ventures as a general partner. Index Ventures led Dropbox’s $250 million Series B round of funding. That round was also participated in Benchmark, Greylock, and IVP. Show More Summary
Index Ventures is hiring Ilya Fushman, Dropbox's product chief, as its third general partner. Fushman will join existing partners Danny Rimer and Mike Volpi in Index Ventures' San Francisco office next month. In 2011, Index Ventures led Dropbox's $250 million Series B round of funding. Show More Summary
Dropbox users who run Firefox on Windows may want to check the plugins listing of the browser as the browser may have picked up the Dropbox Update plugin automatically after a recent update. Mozilla, for unknown reasons, never fixed the automatic plugin installation issue in Firefox. Show More Summary
Cloud storage service Dropbox is rolling out improved image preview support to its Web app over the next few days. A new preview tool will allow users to zoom and pan and zoom into JPG, PNG, BMP and Photoshop PSD images. Dropbox says...Show More Summary