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Popular file hosting service Dropbox recently suffered a data breach that gave threat actors access to 130 of its code repositories. This was after Dropbox employees fell victim to a phishing scam.
The cloud storage company, Dropbox, is going to lay-off 315 of its employees and it looks to grow over the coming years. The CEO said that redundancies are not a reflection on the workers.
Dropbox has announced a new Family plan for its cloud storage service. It allows for up to six users to share 2TB of cloud storage, including secure Vault storage, and more. It starts at $16.99/month.
Zoom has announced that it will be launching Zapps later in the year. Zapps allow people to quickly access third-party services within the Zoom interface to boost efficiency and productivity.
Google is offering Chromebook owners with 100GB of free storage space on Dropbox for a year. The offer is valid until July 23, 2021. The offer is only available in selected U.S. regions.
Cloud storage service provider Dropbox has launched a password manager app dubbed Dropbox Passwords on the Google Play Store. It is currently in an invite-only beta phase for existing Dropbox users.
Dropbox has announced Dropbox Spaces, a drastic evolution on shared folders that aims to meet the needs of today's workload. The firm will release some features like Dropbox Transfer later on.
The cloud storage and file sharing site recently - and rather sneakily - updated its support pages to indicate that the company will start instituting a three device limit to users on its free plan.
Dropbox has announced that it is in the process of buying HelloSign, an eSignature service that helps improve document workflow productivity and efficiency. Dropbox is paying $230 million in cash.
A tweet by OneDrive's Director of Program Management, Omar Shahine, suggests Microsoft may be looking at upgrading the amount of storage you can have on OneDrive from the current cap of 1TB.
Dropbox has announced Dropbox Extensions; these are additional tools provided by third-party companies to enhance Dropbox user productivity. Extensions will be available from November 27.
The online storage and collaboration service is making improvements to its mobile apps in an attempt to facilitate collaboration, including file activity history and a new sharing experience.
The file-sharing company - once called "a feature, not a product" by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs - has taken the initial steps to go public and start selling company stock in the next few months.
Dropbox announced back in April that it would be bringing placeholders to its service. Now called Smart Sync, it's available starting today for businesses, but it's also coming to consumers.
Dropbox has just released an update for the Universal Windows Dropbox app with support for the Xbox One. The app features an adaptive UI, with support for gamepads and the Xbox media remote.
If you've been a Dropbox customer since 2012 and haven't changed your password since then the service will notify you to reset your credentials. The company is adamant this is purely precautionary.
An update released today for the Dropbox app in Windows 10 adds several new features, including the ability to cast videos to another device or to respond to comments directly from the Action Center.
Dropbox has announced it's working on Project Infinite: an implementation of placeholder files in its clients. This feature first showed up in OneDrive but Microsoft abandoned it soon after.
Dropbox has warned Windows XP users to upgrade to a new operating system as it plans to make the Dropbox desktop app stop working on the 15-year-old system. Support ends on August 29th.
After first announcing its major upgrade to Outlook.com last May, Microsoft has now brought the new version of its webmail service out of preview, and will roll it out worldwide in the coming weeks.
Microsoft is expanding its Office partnerships with cloud storage providers, including Dropbox and Box integration on Outlook.com, more integration in iOS, and real-time co-authoring in Office Online.
Dropbox's new app is rolling out to Windows 10 PCs, offering a wide range of features including support for Windows Hello password-free biometric authentication, and a Mobile version is "coming soon".
Failing to gain traction after their initial launches, Dropbox's Mailbox and Carousel services will be discontinued in 2016. Dropbox will instead focus on its core storage service.
Windows Phone developer Rudy Huyn is taking a new position at Dropbox. Although the technical lead position will have him headquartered in San Francisco, he insists this will not effect his apps.
Dropbox introduces URL bookmarking, allowing drag and drop links inside your folders, helping organize your projects. But is this enough to compete in the expanding collaboration space?
OnePlus has cut $50 off the price of the One, with prices now starting at $249. A new bundle will also be offered for $349, including the 64GB One and a one-year Dropbox Pro subscription.
The next milestone in Microsoft and Dropbox's partnership is giving non-business users the ability to work with Dropbox files directly from the browser when using the Office Online web apps.
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Microsoft is going after Dropbox with a new promotion that will add 100GB of storage to your OneDrive account if you currently have a Dropbox account. Verification is required.
Dropbox has created a Chrome plugin for Gmail users that simplifies the process of adding Dropbox content to emails. The plugin does come with a caveat, though, but it's still very usable.
Pixelapse, the online collaboration platform, has announced it has been acquired by Dropbox. It will continue to offer it's standalone services for the next year while they get ready for the merge.
Windows Phone users can rejoice as the official Dropbox app has finally landed in the Store as a universal app. This is the latest move in the partnership between Microsoft and Dropbox.
Dropbox has started rolling out a new feature for businesses which would allow users to collaborate on Office documents right from their desktop and share them with coworkers.
Dropbox has turned on some editing features on its iOS application, pointing users towards the Office suite for all their document needs. This comes a week after similar features appeared on Android.
The Office client for Android has been updated and it now includes support for Dropbox. This is where users can store and share their files in the cloud, while Dropbox documents now show up in Office.
Besides the Office integration the partnership between Microsoft and Dropbox will also lead to better app support and an official Dropbox client for Microsoft's Windows Phone OS.
Microsoft is teaming up with Dropbox to offer its Office clients better integration with the cloud service. Clients will soon be able store and sync documents through Dropbox and edit them in Office.
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Dropbox, the popular online storage site, has been compromised and a massive list of users and their passwords have been posted to the web; it is recommended that you change your password immediately.