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Dropbox for Windows 10 adds video casting, notification comments and more

Cloud storage app Dropbox has secured another update on Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile, bringing a slew of new features....

Dropbox for Windows 10 now lets you cast videos, and more with latest update

Dropbox for Windows 10 today picked up a new update. The latest update introduces a few new features which make the app even better on Windows 10 devices. With the latest update, users can cast their videos to another device using the Connect feature in Windows 10. If you a video in Dropbox, you will […]

Small Victories: Free Instant Website Out of Your Dropbox

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Using cloud storage for the display of your website is a quite obvious thing to consider. Thus, it is rather surprising that there are not too many services providing offers that pick up this idea. The new service “Small Victories” does just that. Show More Summary

Business users are flocking to Microsoft's Dropbox competitor (MSFT)

One of Microsoft's big bets is converting its largest customers away from running their own business apps, and instead turning to Office 365, which Microsoft hosts and sells on a subscription basis. It seems to be working. AccordingShow More Summary

Jumpshare is the only desktop file-sharing tool you’ll ever need

There are plenty of ways to share files with people nowadays – if you’ve got a cloud storage account with Google or Dropbox, you’re set. But if you need to frequently send things to clients and teammates, you might want something that’s purpose-built for efficient sharing. Show More Summary

Macintosh rainbow cursor hell

A few days ago everything on my Mac got a lot slower. Lots of rainbow cursors. Esp when I do something that does stuff with disk. So launching the GitHub Mac client is excruciating. Dropbox is unusable. At first I thought it was Dropbox, but I haven't been running it here for days. Show More Summary

Dropbox Launches New Option For Educational Institutes

Dropbox Education has been released for colleges, schools and universities. The new Dropbox cloud storage offering brings cheaper subscription rates per user, shared storage limits and greater control for IT administrators in educational institutions. Read on to find out more. More »      

Dropbox’s new education tier has most of its business features for a third of the price

Dropbox has long been divided into two primary offerings: one aimed at consumers and one at businessess. But now it’s adding a third tier just for educational institutions and their staff. The fittingly named Dropbox for Education has most of the features of Dropbox for Business at a much lower price. Show More Summary

DropBox Cuts Employee Perks as Funding Tightens for Silicon Valley Startups

Dropbox joins the multitude of startups that have started to cut back in an effort to inch closer to profitability.

Day Around The Bay: Leaked Memo Suggests Trouble At Dropbox

Also, a Sunset bank was robbed, and SF sure has a lot of billionaires. [ more › ]

Everalbum to tackle all those smartphone photos

Popular Everalbum app looks to get photos from smartphone, Facebook, Dropbox and elsewhere within one place. Co-founder Charlie Melbye explains.        

10 things in tech you need to know today (GOOG, FB, AAPL)

Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know to start your week. 1. Dropbox cut a load of perks and told employees to brace for the cold. The company has been spending $25,000 (£17,000) a year per employee on perks. 2. Palantir's cofounder has shot back at recent reports that the company is struggling. Show More Summary

Make a Living, Not a Life: Inside WeWork’s Seed Stage with Jesse Middleton [Traction #23]

On this episode of Traction, we go inside the thinking behind a $16B startup — worth more than Twitter, Pinterest or Dropbox as of this recording. Today’s guest, Jesse Middleton, is a co-founder of WeWork Labs, the company’s global startup...Show More Summary

High School Nude Photo Scandal: 50 Pictures Of Naked Female Students Found In Dropbox Account, Girls Listed By Name

The Duxbury High School in Boston, Massachusetts, is at the center of a nude photo scandal. A Dropbox account was discovered containing images of students from the high school in varying states of undress. The images were all placed in the Dropbox and labeled with the name of the girl in the photo. Show More Summary

Dropbox cut a bunch of perks and told employees to save more as Silicon Valley startups brace for the cold

When Dropbox employees walked into their new office on Brannan Street last month, they were dazzled by something they hadn’t seen before: a gleaming, 5 foot tall panda statue made of chrome. The statue was made in recognition of the company's panda mascot. Show More Summary

Here's The Long List Of New Features On The Updated Dropbox App For Windows 10

Dropbox has released a brand new update for its app on Windows 10. There are a ton of new features that have been added for the universal Windows platform (UWP) app. Here a list of all the improvements this update brings. More »    ...

Dropbox’s Windows 10 app gets a major update

Dropbox today released a major update for its Windows 10 UWP app. The latest update for the app is version 4.2, and it brings several nice new features. The update introduces a new Undo feature, which will allow you to undo copy, delete, move, and rename actions. With this feature, you will be able to […]

Dropbox for Windows 10 updated with in-app camera, notifications view and more

Dropbox is rolling out an update to its Windows 10 cloud storage app for PC and Mobile. The new version adds an in-app camera, a notifications view and much more. ...

5 Super Easy Tools to Share Files with Friends or Your Devices

Online storage is magnificent, but it doesn’t solve every single requirement yet. Even with our awesome Google Drive guide, you can’t do peer-to-peer sharing for faster transfers. And you might love Dropbox, but that still requires a data connection instead of just sending photos from your laptop to a friend’s phone. Show More Summary

10 Cloud Solutions You Should Be Using on Linux

Not too long ago, providing people with an easy way to back up data on remote machines was novel. Now, we’ve come to expect it. Dropbox and other companies have made the task simple. Apple, Google, and Microsoft all provide their own ways of backing up your data. Show More Summary

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