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Dropbox Carousel Hands On: So Many Swipes, So Little Time

Today Dropbox announced a new app just for viewing and sharing photos. It’s called Carousel, and it allows and your friends to seamlessly share images between your Dropbox folders. But you might not want to give it a spin.


Dropbox Is Making Online Collaboration Less Conflicting

Dropbox is set to receive a slew of new features, the popular cloud storage service announced at a press conference in San Francisco today. Here’s what’s in store for users.


Dropbox Knows When You're Sharing Copyrighted Files

If you’re a fan of storing your important documents on Dropbox, there’s a small chance that you might have some copyrighted files up there in the cloud as well. If those files are copyrighted, there’s a chance they might not belong to you. If you have those copyrighted files in the cloud, you might want to share them with a friend. That’s when Dropbox steps in and puts a stop to things.


Businesses Are Getting A Big Boost From Dropbox

With more than 200 million users, Dropbox remains one of the dominant cloud storage services available. In a bid to stave off competitors like Box, iCloud and Google Drive, Dropbox has just announced a host of upgrades and new features designed to make its business service even more powerful.


Dropbox Just Changed Everything About How You Use Apps

Way back when, Steve Jobs told Dropbox that it was a feature, not a product, which was enough at the time. Now, Dropbox’s reach stretches wide enough, and its influence is great enough that it just levelled up. It’s not just syncing your files and folders anymore. It’s trying to sync literally everything on your phone, tablet and computer. Game saves, settings, contacts, notes — all of it, and on any phone or tablet you have.


Three Steps You Can Take To Protect Yourself From Online Spying

The recent PRISM scandal has validated both the general public’s growing unease with federal law enforcement agencies, and many of the fringe element’s accusations about Big Brother’s online behaviour. Just knowing governments can rummage through your online life doesn’t sit well with many folks. Here are some simple and effective ways of keeping your digital identity anonymous and your data your own.


New Dropbox For Mac Beta Incorporates iPhoto, Screenshot Sharing

Today, Dropbox released a new beta version of its desktop app for both Mac and Windows with a couple of small but really useful features for their many cloud-oriented users. First up is iPhoto import integration (for Mac users only, obviously).


You Can Access Dropbox From Inside Yahoo Mail Now

If you’re using Yahoo Mail, you don’t have to worry about attachment size limits anymore — you can now access your Dropbox from right within your email account.


The Best Cloud Storage Services

When it comes to cloud storage, there are a whole bunch of fluffy options up there in the proverbial sky. Maybe you need unlimited storage, or maybe you need it for free. Here’s a list of the ones that are the best at what they do.


Dropbox Just Bought Mailbox

Mailbox, the iOS mail app that caused quite the splash when it burst, has just been acquired by Dropbox. The announcement comes by way of a Dropbox post, in which Dropbox says it was floored by how Mailbox actually delivered on its promise to simplify mail and wants to bring that goodness to Dropbox users everywhere.