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Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For March 27th, 2015

Hey, it's HighScalability time: @scienceporn: That Hubble Telescope picture explained in depth. I have never had anything blow my mind so hard. hundreds of billions: files in Dropbox; $2 billion: amount Facebook saved building theirShow More Summary

Amazon Cloud Drive now stores unlimited files for $60 per year

Amazon thinks it has a way to entice you away from the likes of Dropbox or Google Drive: real, honest-to-goodness unlimited internet storage. It just launched two Cloud Drive plans that let you upload as much as you like, with the primary difference...

Amazon Cloud Now Offering Unlimited Photo Storage for $11.99 a Year

Amazon seems set to beat competitors such as Dropbox, Google and Microsoft as it announced two new unlimited cloud storage plans earlier today. While the first plan is aimed at photography fans, the second plan is unlimited not only by space but by media type as well. Both plans can be tried for free for [...]Show More Summary

Amazon’s New Unlimited Cloud Storage Is Absurdly Cheap

The steady march towards cheaper cloud storage has just turned into a sprint. Rather than being merely competitive with leaders like Google Drive, Dropbox, and iCloud, Amazon has decided to undercut their pricing by more than half. In some cases, much, much more. Show More Summary

Amazon's New Unlimited Cloud Storage Plan Is Dirt Cheap

Watch out Dropbox, Amazon's coming at you with a new cloud storage plan that's ridiculously cheap. You can now store an unlimited number of files in the cloud for $60 a year. That's five bucks a month for everything. Read more...

Amazon fires shots at Google, Dropbox, and Microsoft with two new unlimited cloud storage plans (AMZN)

Amazon just announced two new unlimited storage plans to encourage users to store all their photos and files in its cloud. The first plan — just for photos — costs $11.99 per year and the second "everything" plan costs $59.99 per year. Show More Summary

Amazon Goes After Dropbox, Google, Microsoft With Unlimited Cloud Drive Storage

Last year, Amazon gave a boost to its Prime members when it launched a free, unlimited photo storage for them on Cloud Drive. Today, the company is expanding that service as a paid offering to cover other kinds of content, and to users outside of its loyalty program. Unlimited Cloud Storage will let users get either unlimited photo storage or “unlimited everything” —… Read More

Apple, Google & other large tech companies urge the White House & Congress not to renew the Patriot Act

Apple is one of ten tech giants to once again call on the US Government not to reauthorize the Patriot Act in its current form. The Act expires on 1st June unless it is renewed by Congress. Apple was joined by AOL, Dropbox, Evernote, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo. In an open letter to President Obama, […]

Set Your Dropbox Links to Expire for Safer File Sharing

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

A few months ago, Dropbox added the ability to add expiration dates to the shared links you send out to let others get at your files and folders. Even if you're very trusting of your friends and colleagues, it's a good idea to apply this setting to all of the links you share. Show More Summary

Q&A: Sharing Files via Dropbox With People Who Don’t Have an Account

When sending files using Dropbox, a service that stores documents in the cloud, it’s not necessary for the recipient to also use the service.

An Insider's Look At HubSpot Sidekick's Growth Approach

The Sidekick growth team is a small, data driven and aggressive group within HubSpot that works on new, emerging products with massive audiences and a freemium business model (similar to Dropbox and Evernote). We are constantly pushing ourselves to learn new growth strategies, tactics, and techniques. Show More Summary

Open Source Works. Just Ask Facebook

Facebook's latest open source project is already winning over the likes of Dropbox and Netflix. The post Open Source Works. Just Ask Facebook appeared first on WIRED.

Y Combinator Talks Numbers: 842 Companies Funded To Date, 23% With Women Founders In Current Batch

Y Combinator, the startup accelerator known for being the birthplace of Dropbox, Reddit, Airbnb, Stripe, and a number of other companies, released some updated stats this morning showing just how big it’s gotten — and how diverse its...Show More Summary

Dropbox badges and comments ease collaboration headaches

Remember those Dropbox badges we heard about in December? The ones that'll tell you when someone else is editing a shared file? Well, after a period of early access for some, that handy feature is now ready for the masses. If you're in need of a refresher, the badges allow you to see who is viewing or editing a file, and how long they've been at it. Show More Summary

Dropbox expands in-app Office document editing to all business customers, launches commenting system

Dropbox has today announced that its Dropbox badge, which allows users to edit Office documents directly within Dropbox, is now being made available to all Dropbox for Business customers. First launched at the end of last year for early...Show More Summary

Dropbox Debuts File Commenting, Rolls Out "Badge" for Collaborating on Microsoft Docs

Dropbox hopes this strategy will keep it thriving in an increasingly fierce cloud-storage battle with the likes of Google & Microsoft. How many emails have you already sent to your colleagues today to discuss a single file? How manyShow More Summary

Dropbox's Android App Now Has A PDF Viewer And Built-In Search

Android: It’s not exactly difficult to view PDFs in Android — you can use Google Drive, Google’s new standalone viewer, or countless other apps. But if you’re a Dropbox user and regularly work with PDF files, the addition of a native PDF viewer in the latest version could be helpful. More »      

Dropbox adds PDF viewer and text search to its Android app

The folks at Dropbox continue a run of handy updates with another addition that keeps you from having to venture outside of the cloud repository's app. In the latest version, Android users will notice a built-in PDF viewer, complete with all the sharing tools needed to distribute files. Show More Summary

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