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New marketing boss at Dropbox

Dropbox has appointed Carolyn Feinstein as its new Chief Marketing Officer, leading the cloud storage firm’s global marketing organisation.

21/10/2016  |  Full story...

Facebook Messenger adds Dropbox sharing and Salesforce data

Facebook has bolstered features within its messenger chat apps, integrating with Dropbox and Salesforce.

18/04/2016  |  Full story...

Microsoft and Dropbox team up to sync Office documents

Microsoft and Dropbox have formed a partnership to make it easier to use productivity applications on mobile devices and on the Web.

17/11/2014  |  Full story...

Dropbox denies security leak after ‘hacked’ passwords appear online

Dropbox has denied reports that hackers broke into its computer systems and stole almost seven million usernames and passwords, claiming that the data leaked online is not associated with Dropbox accounts.

15/10/2014  |  Full story...

Storage price wars continue: Dropbox drops 1TB of storage to $9.99 a month

Dropbox has announced a dramatic price drop for its paid members this week, as the online storage firm looks to compete with the likes of Amazon, Microsoft and Google Drive in the growing market.

01/09/2014  |  Full story...

Apple’s big play for Internet of things: Health apps and home automation

Apple has introduced new apps for iPhones and iPads that will help users monitor their health and control devices in their homes, as the firm looks to rival the likes of Google’s smart thermostats and Samsung’s SAMI fitness software.

Watch this video from Bloomberg covering the key note speech from CEO Tim Cook below:

03/06/2014  |  Full story...

Cloud storage wars: Google Drive slashes monthly prices to $1.99 for 100GB

Google has cut the price plans for its Drive service dramatically, charging just a fifth of Dropbox’s prices for a monthly 100GB of data, as the internet giant gets serious about becoming the dominant player in the growing cloud storage market.

19/03/2014  |  Full story...

RealPlayer aims to become ‘Dropbox for Videos’

Digital media firm RealPlayer has launched its cloud service globally, aimed at offering a ‘Dropbox-style’ experience for videos.

26/02/2014  |  Full story...

Top 25 Apple apps of all time (iPad and iPhone)

As Apple's App Store turns five this week, we take a look at the top 25 paid and free apps of all time on the market leading store.

11/07/2013  |  Full story...

Dropbox reaches 175m users, boosts integration tools

Dropbox has surpassed the 175 million user milestone this week, as the cloud storage service boosts its API tools for deeper integration into Apple and Android user’s operating systems.

11/07/2013  |  Full story...

Flickr users get massive 1TB of free (ad-funded) storage

Yahoo has revamped its Flickr photo-sharing service, giving users up to 1TB of free, ad funded, storage for their own videos and photos.

22/05/2013  |  Full story...

Google unites 15GB of free storage on Gmail, Drive and Google+

Google has unified its cloud storage services to give its users more flexibility on ways to store their data across Drive, Gmail and Google+, as the internet giant ramps up its rivalry with Dropbox.

20/05/2013  |  Full story...

Yahoo teams up with Dropbox

Yahoo! has struck a partnership with Dropbox to enhance its email storage and sharing abilities.

04/04/2013  |  Full story...

Kim Dotcom MegaUpload sequel rivals Dropbox with 50GB free storage

MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom has launched a new cloud storage service called Mega, offering users a massive 50GB of file storage online for free.

View a BBC report on Kim Dotcom's new venture here:

21/01/2013  |  Full story...

Digital media trends in 2012: The 10 biggest headlines of the year

As Google's upcoming augmented reality glasses show, digital media is fast encroaching on every aspect of modern life. The pace of technological change has been phenomenal, and as technologies converge and media habits change, marketers need to adapt their budgets accordingly. As part of a 2012 review, Netimperative looks back at the 10 most popular digital media news stories and trends of the year.

13/12/2012  |  Full story...

Salesforce debuts Dropbox rival ‘Chatterbox’

Salesforce.com is preparing to roll out a competing product to popular file-sharing and online storage service Dropbox. The announcement was made by CEO Marc Benioff TechCruch’s Disrupt event, who also revealed Salesforce’s new identity management system that could rival companies like Okta.

13/09/2012  |  Full story...

Cloud storage wars- Microsoft revamps SkyDrive

Microsoft has revamped its SkyDrive online storage system with new features as the firm aims to rival the likes of Dropbox, Apple, Amazon and Google in the rapidly growing cloud storage market. The firm is also set to launch an Android SkyDrive app in the near future. The move forms part of Microsoft’s sweeping interface changes which are occurring in preparation for the up-coming release of Windows 8.

16/08/2012  |  Full story...

Dropbox doubles paid storage capacity to compete with rivals

Dropbox is doubling the capacity of its paid plans but keeping its prices the same, as the online storage market leader looks to keep ahead of rivals such as Apple’s iCloud, Google Drive and Amazon’s Cloud Drive. Dropbox's service plans begin with 2GB of free storage, which will stay the same.

12/07/2012  |  Full story...

Sony Playmemories offers 5GB free cloud storage… but not for documents

Just one day after Google launched it's take on the cloud storage space, another key player has entered the arena. Sony’s PlayMemories cloud storage service has launched in the UK, but unlike its rivals DropBox and Google Drive, the service only works for media files. The service is available online or via a downloadable mobile app for free on both the Android and iOS platforms.

View a video outlining the service below:

26/04/2012  |  Full story...

Google Drive goes live- Dropbox rival offers 5GB online storage for free

Google has launched its much-anticipated Google Drive, an online storage locker that lets users store as much as 5GB of photos, documents, music and videos for free. The cloud-based service is offering more space for a monthly fee, starting at 25 GB for $2.49 a month, 100 GB for $4.99 a month or 1 TB for $49.99 a month. Those who upgrade their accounts will also get upgraded to 25GB of storage in Gmail. The prices are a blow to Dropbox, which offers 2GB of storage free, and then gives users the option of paying $10 or $20 a month to upgrade to 50GB or 100 GB of storage.

Watch a video explaining the how the service works here:

25/04/2012  |  Full story...

Google to launch Dropbox rival next week?

Google is to launch a new cloud storage service called 'Google Drive' next week, according to reports. People will be able to pay for more storage, but prices are not yet known, Read Write Web reported. It is expected to allow users to put their files into Google Drive and access them on their desktop, mobile phone or tablet. The report stated that the service will work on Mac, Windows, Android and iOS – all via drive.google.com.

18/04/2012  |  Full story...

Dropbox gets $250m funding boost

Dropbox has raised $250m in Series B funding, as the firm looks to expand its file-sharing services. San Francisco-based startup Dropbox was founded in 2007 by Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi. The firm specialises in transporting and sharing documents, photos and videos. The new capital brings the company's total raised to date to $257.2m. The fresh money will be used for acquisitions, strategic partnerships and the recruitment of new people, the company said in a statement.

19/10/2011

19/10/2011  |  Full story...

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