Dropbox has been testing native support for Apple Silicon Macs for the past couple of months, and the new sync client finally went out of beta this week.
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Dropbox isn’t a particularly affordable cloud storage service, but it has announced a host of new features aimed at both work and personal needs.
The Italian Competition Authority announced today that it has launched investigations into cloud services run by Apple, Dropbox, and Google.
Dropbox launches Transfer to offer a send-it-and-forget-it solution where you simply upload files that you need to hand-off to someone else and forget about it.
Dropbox shows off a new look for its desktop apps that focus on working better with others.
Dropbox introduces new changes to its Plus, Professional, and Business plans, introduces new Rewind, improved Smart Sync features.
Dropbox's Professional subscribers get a huge boost in storage space at no extra cost.
Dropbox launches a new add-on for Gmail as part of its cloud partnership with Google.
Google revealed today that it is adding a placeholders-like feature to its Google Drive sync clients for PC and Mac. But perhaps only for businesses.
This is a bit random, but three readers have asked me the same question over the past week: What do I use to backup my PCs? It's a great question.
The good news? Windows users are about to get placeholders back. The bad? This functionality is coming from Dropbox, not Microsoft's OneDrive.
Dropbox announced today that it is shuttering its email and photo services in order to focus on its core cloud storage business.
I've started moving my most critical work-related documents to Dropbox, a paid service that is fast and reliable. Unlike, say, OneDrive, which is neither.
Dropbox is updating its app on both Windows and Windows Phone today, with the big news being that the app is now a universal app with shared code across both platforms.