Wiretapping Condoleezza Rice Joins the Board at Dropbox

Dropbox has appointed ex-US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to its board, leading to some of the cloud storage firm's users threatening to boycott the service unless the appointment is reversed. Read More >>

If the Samsung Galaxy S5 Doesn't Tempt You, Maybe its Included Freebies Will

With the Samsung Galaxy S5 ready to hit stores, Samsung's making one final push to gain your custom. It has just revealed the premium "content gifts" it's offering alongside the handset, and they're not to be sniffed at. Read More >>

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 yesterday. Here's what's in store for users. Read More >>

Mailbox Email Tool Now Available on Google Play

Mailbox, the delightful email tool that Dropbox bought a little over a year ago, will finally be available on Android and desktops. The Android version is now available on Google Play, with desktop available as a limited beta for now. Read More >>

Dropbox Knows When You're Sharing Copyrighted Files

If you store your important documents on Dropbox, there’s a chance that you might have some copyrighted files up there in the cloud. If those files are copyrighted, they might well 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. Read More >>

I Alphabetise My Spotify Playlists. Is Your Digital Life as "OCD" as Mine?

It's Sunday night, I haven't eaten yet, I've got to get up for work in a few hours time. Heck, I haven't even showered. Why? Because The Clash's “London Calling” playlist is currently sitting after My Bloody Valentine's “Loveless” in my Spotify collection, among other crimes to alphabetisation. And that just wont do. Read More >>

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. Except 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. Read More >>

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Three Steps You Can Take to Protect Yourself From Online Spying

The recent PRISM-and-GCHQ scandal has validated both the general public's growing unease with creepy spying agencies, and many of the fringe element's accusations about Big Brother's online behaviour. Whether or not it's legal, just knowing that the government 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. Read More >>

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. Read More >>

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. Read More >>

The Best Way To Store Your Stuff in the Cloud

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. Read More >>

Dropbox Gets a Slick New Desktop Client

Even as online storage options proliferate, Dropbox has managed to stay ahead of the pack thanks to better features. Well, now Dropbox's desktop client is getting a prettier Version 2.0 overhaul to match its excellence. Read More >>

Are You Getting Spammed Because of Dropbox Again?

Reports are floating around the internet that people are getting spammed to email addresses they solely use for Dropbox, meaning the only way someone could get said email address is from Dropbox. The last time that happened Dropbox got hacked. Are you getting spammed to your Dropbox-associated email? Read More >>

Guess How Many Files Are Uploaded to Dropbox Every Day

If you had to guess how many files people were adding to Dropbox on a daily basis what would you guess? A million? Five million? Nope. It's a freaking billion. Read More >>

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10 Tricks to Make Yourself a Dropbox Master

Dropbox is a robust independent file syncing tool (which Apple once tried to buy) that recently hit the 100m user milestone. It's arguably the most popular cloud service around, and for good reason. Read More >>

Dropbox Just Put All Your Photos in One Place

Any photos you have on Dropbox are about to be organised. A new service called Virtual Photo Album rounds up literally every image you've got in Dropbox, puts them in one place, and sorts them by date. Pretty great — or maybe pretty scary if you're not sure what's in your Dropbox. Read More >>


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