Dropbox is increasing storage space and adding new security features for Dropbox Pro users, while simplifying plans down to a single price.
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Dropbox's design chief arrived at the online storage company with his stylish and popular email service, Mailbox. Now, as Dropbox evolves, he's helping it design a way into every facet of our digital lives.
As Dropbox transforms from its online-storage origins to a growing, multi-purpose platform, the company's head of design is orchestrating its app-centric future.
The QuickDrop extension gives you access to your Dropbox files and folders from a browser button and lets you upload files simply by dragging and dropping them to Chrome.
Christian Göllner, an XDA member and Android developer, has released an app that helps you find out what's taking up all of your space in Dropbox and Google Drive.
Going away for college will be some of the best years of your life, but you're still going to need to talk to your parents.
With the beta desktop app, you'll no longer have to wait for a file to finish uploading before your computer will download it.
Only a week after the cloud storage company announced the launch of its photo application Carousel, Dropbox has acquired a small -- yet powerful -- competitor to bolster its snapshot-storing efforts.
Dropbox says it is committed to security and privacy, despite admitting that its services were vulnerable to Heartbleed and users should be changing their passwords.
Responding to criticism over the former US Secretary of State joining its board, CEO Drew Houston says Rice understands Dropbox's stance on privacy, fully supports "our commitments to our users."
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