Dropbox wants to frebrand itself as a content storage platform, and the client has fittingly added file previews, photo albums, and social photo sharing.
Dropbox is doubling the storage limits for its Dropbox Pro 50 and Pro 100 subscribers at no extra charge, and has announced a new plan that will offer subscribers 500GB of storage.
Facebook edges into productivity tool territory by adding Dropbox integration to Groups.
Dropbox says it is "taking seriously" user reports of Dropbox-linked email accounts receiving spam messages. The cloud storage site will be particularly concerned as the situation is reminiscent of a serious security breach that affected users last July.
A "small number" of Dropbox users suffered a flood of spam after their email addresses were leaked to the Web, or stolen from a company document.
Dropbox announces that the new Samsung Galaxy lineup will come with a complimentary two-year account loaded with 50GB of storage.
The Google Drive whispers are picking up steam, but its future competitors are preparing to stand their ground with some notable new features.
Online storage firm Dropbox has only been in the game four years, but already it's managed to reach 100 million users.
Dropbox has added two-step verification to its service to better protect its users against security breaches. The company is advising all of its users to take a moment to enable it.
Dropbox has enjoyed a place at the front of the consumer cloud storage pack for quite some time. But with today's launch of SugarSync 2.0, Dropbox better keep its eye on the rear-view, because SugarSync might now have what it takes to jump into the lead.
For a company that has over 100 million users across every continent, it's pretty remarkable that it operates out of just a single office. However, things are about to change for Dropbox, with the announcement that it'll soon be opening another office, this…
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