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.
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With the new Carousel app from Dropbox, you can share photos and videos with friends much faster than you currently can on your smartphone.
With the new photo sharing app from Dropbox, you can share multiple photos and make them part of your conversation.
At first glance, it seems like an unusual choice. But the cloud storage service is trying to grow its international presence, which is something a former US Secretary of State should know how to do.
The cloud storage company is trying to tackle our photo overload with Carousel, a universal photo album that's stored in the cloud and syncs across multiple devices.
The app that promised iOS users email in-box bliss heads to the Google Play store, and it's also being tested for Mac desktops.
The cloud storage company wants to power the editing and collaboration behind all software, starting with integration within Microsoft Office applications.
Kingsoft's newly updated suite gives Office for iPad a run for its money. Except it doesn't cost any.
Whether you bought your Android device last year -- or last month -- you can benefit from a little spring cleaning.
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