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Balloon Sends a Link for Anyone to Add Files to Your Dropbox

When you’re trying to collect together a lot of files, it’s a pain to everyone on the same page. If you’re a Dropbox user, Balloon is a web app that lets you create a single link you can send to people so they can add files to your Dropbox without needing a Dropbox account themselves. Read more...

Download Toro Y Moi’s Surprise Mixtape Samantha

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Toro Y Moi just put out a new mixtape called Samantha via a Dropbox link on his Instagram page. The 20-track release features contributions from Washed Out, Kool A.D., Rome Fortune, and Nosaj Thing. The tracklist contains a number of the loose tracks Chaz Bundick has been dropping over the last few months, including “Room […]

Why a Head of Diversity Is a New Must-Have for Tech Companies

Recently spotted job listings at Airbnb, Dropbox, and others show that many businesses are now empowering high-level executives to improve their diversity.

Review: Geronimo takes a new & unique approach to email on iOS + Apple Watch

Email apps are dime-a-dozen these days, and every single one claims it brings some incredible new tool to the table that will change the way you do email forever. Usually this just means you can attach images from Dropbox or some other otherwise unremarkable feature. Geronimo is the latest in a long line of email […]

How to Access Dropbox and OneDrive Files on Your Chromebook

Despite the hordes of naysayers, the usage of Chromebooks continues to grow. Their increasing popularity is the driving force behind the on-going changes, updates, and improvements to the operating system. The latest area of the device to get a makeover is the “Files” app. Show More Summary

These Engineers Just Built Their Own "Pied Piper" Compression Algorithm

A team of engineers at Dropbox's Hack Week re-created the fictional compression schema from HBO's Silicon Valley. You would be forgiven for thinking that the elevator pitch for Daniel Reiter Horn's latest project sounds familiar. That's because there's a good chance you saw it on HBO. Show More Summary

You Can Now Drop And Drop URLs Into Dropbox

Dropbox is making URL bookmarking much easier for its users, people who tend to use the cloud storage service often will no longer have to use another service for URL bookmarking since they can now easily drag and drop URLs into Dropbox. This...Show More Summary

Dropbox’s Wall Street Challenge

Dropbox boasts a valuation in the $10 billion range. Last February the company hired a new CFO, which for many startups is a signal that their IPO moment is coming sooner rather than later. Nobody knows for sure of course, and Dropbox...Show More Summary

How to save URLs to your Dropbox folders

A welcome new feature lets you drag and drop links to Dropbox.

Dropbox finally open-sources its Hackpad collaborative document editor

Dropbox has released the source code for its Hackpad collaborative note-taking application under an open-source license. Dropbox acquired Hackpad in April 2014. About a year later the team behind Hackpad informed users that the code would become available under an open-source license “in the next few weeks.” When that didn’t happen right away, some people […]

Dropbox Releases API Explorer to Test API Calls

To help developers better understand the Dropbox API version 2 and test examples, Dropbox has released the Dropbox API Explorer. The Explorer allows developers to submit API calls to each and every Dropbox API endpoint with customized parameters.

How do I share a Website URL on Dropbox?

Dropbox announced that you can share URLs via the service. Nice. But how do you actually do it so people can comment and share? The post How do I share a Website URL on Dropbox? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

Dropbox Now Lets You Save and Share URLs

In its continuing quest to amalgamate your entire digital life, Dropbox has introduced a new feature: you can drag and drop URLs into folders to save them for later, or share with other people. Read more...

How to sync your Dropbox folders to Windows 10

While OneDrive is built into Windows 10 one of the other most widely used cloud storage solutions is Dropbox. We have a pretty good app for Windows 10 allowing you to access your files, but it doesn't allow you to sync them to your PC. Show More Summary

You Can Now Save URLs Into Dropbox

For those who want to access saved URLs across all devices and browsers, you can now do so using Dropbox. The company has added a handy feature that lets you just drag and drop URLs directly into Dropbox so you can view them at a later time or share them with others. More »      

Dropbox now lets you drag and drop URLs, view them later on any device

Dropbox today added a nifty new feature: drag and drop support for URLs. This means you can now save links in Dropbox on the web, desktop, and mobile, and then view those webpages on any device where you use Dropbox. In other words, Dropbox wants to be your bookmark manager. The company is putting emphasis […]

Dropbox Now Lets You Drag And Drop URLs To Share Webpages

Dropbox announced a pretty handy feature today, allowing you to drag and drop URLs into Dropbox. Anyone with access to where you’ve dropped them can then open the web pages on any device. It’s basically a bookmark that you can provide as context to something you’re working on. Here’s what the team had to say about it: Now, you can drag and drop URLs into your Dropbox… Read More

Dropbox Syncs Its Enterprise Strategy To Australia

VideoDropbox is a powerhouse in the consumer cloud storage space. It has 400 million registered users and is estimated to be turning over $400-$500 million in revenue. Yet many analysts question the company’s ability to justify a lofty $10 billion valuation, especially when many of its customers use it for [...]

Dropbox Now Supports USB Security Keys

Dropbox is beefing up security by allowing the use of USB key as part of a two-step authentication process when users log onto their accounts. Here’s how it works. More »      

These 11 CEOs Are The Most Overpaid Relative To Their Employees

Earlier this month, we learned that the average employee at 10 legendary "Unicorn startups" is valued at somewhere around $8 million. These startups include Uber, Airbnb, Snapchat, Palantir, SpaceX, Pinterest, Dropbox, Wework, Theranos, and Square. Show More Summary

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