Dropbox wants to replace your hard drive, and its first step is making it easier to find and save files without touching your file system.
The task-management company has unveiled a new feature called Inbox that's designed to show users only important e-mails.
Heavy on vision but light on the details, new workplace apps company emerges from Facebook tech talents.
Cat fanciers will soon be able to share that purrfect cup of tea with cat companions at a new cafe coming to San Francisco. Pass the milk, Fluffy.
Which, of course, doesn't mean that CEO Marc Benioff wouldn't like to make life miserable for his rivals like Box and Asana.
Mark Zuckerberg's Harvard roomie still owns a nice chunk of the social network he helped create.
Dustin Moskovitz has trimmed his holdings, though he's still sitting on a pile of stock worth billions.
With Dropbox Platform, announced at its first developer conference Tuesday, the company continues the build-out of its own cloud ecosystem.
There was a flood of facts, figures, and other details that came out of Facebook's IPO filing. Here's what you should focus on.
Redmond's research arm has a new tool for creating photo collages, but unlike past products from the labs, consumers have to pay for AutoCollage.