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How To Survive When The Internet Fails

Oh crap. Your internet has just gone out and doesn’t seem like it will be coming back anytime soon. First off, don’t panic. Or, wait, maybe you’re supposed to panic? I can never remember these things, lemme Google it real quick. OH CRAP, THE INTERNET IS OUT. Game over, man! Game over! What the hell are we gonna do now? What are we gonna do?


Delete Local Copies Of Your Synced Cloud Files To Free Up Disk Space

With storage prices plummeting and internet speeds rising, cloud-based backups make more sense than ever before (and are easier to manage to boot). If you want to take advantage of the popular desktop syncing tools, all of the major cross-platform players — Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive — offer some selective syncing features that you can use to keep any files you don’t need right now off your computer.


Cybercriminals Are Using Cloud Storage To Hoard Stolen Files

Cybercriminals: They’re just like us! At least, their choice of cloud storage isn’t so far off from your average non-despicable data thief. Instead of using dedicated servers to hoard stolen data, hackers have taken to using popular consumer products like Google Drive and Dropbox.


Dropbox Usernames And Passwords Leak Online: Time To Change Your Logins

Hope you can think of another completely random series of letters and numbers to carry around in your head: usernames and passwords of Dropbox users have leaked online, with the cloud storage service reportedly forcing a reset of every user’s password this afternoon.


Dropbox Delete Your Files? You Might Get Free Pro Upgrade For One Year

Earlier today, news came that Dropbox had deleted user files from the cloud. While it’s going to restore some of them, it can’t bring them all back to life. But it can, according to an email published at Engadget, offer those who lost digital detritus a year’s worth of Dropbox Pro to make up for it.


Dropbox Deletes A Bunch Of User Files From The Cloud

Bad news for some people who only live on the cloud: Dropbox has confirmed that a bug in some older version of its desktop app has deleted user files from the cloud.


How To Use Dropbox's New Pro Tools

Good news, cloud storage fans! Dropbox has slashed its storage prices, simplified its plans, and rolled in a glut of new tools for paying customers, some of which were previously only available to Business accounts. Here’s a brief tour of some of the new features you’ll get if you decide to pony up $10.99 per month or $100 per year.


Dropbox Suspends Auto-Upload Feature, Because iOS 8

Uh-oh: iOS 8 has only-barely-kinda-sorta rolled out, and it’s already breaking things. Dropbox has ‘temporarily suspended’ the auto-upload feature on its iOS app because of compatibility issues with iOS 8.


Cloud Storage Showdown: Google Drive, Dropbox, iCloud And More Compared

Cloud storage bigwig Dropbox just slashed the price of its plans, offering 1TB of storage for $US10 per month. And it’s not alone. Over the last year, most of the major players have been cutting prices and upping sizes. So what’s the best option today?


Dropbox Pro Now Has 1TB Of Storage, New Sharing And Security Options

Dropbox is an awesome cloud storage service which integrates well with everything, but if you need more than the 2GB on the Free (plus whatever free extras you can scrounge) it can become expensive. So we’re happy to learn that Dropbox Pro has simplified its plans and expanded its storage: 1TB now costs $10.99 a month.