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Mailbox for Mac beta now open to public, with new draft and snooze features

Mailbox for Mac beta now open to public, with new draft and snooze features

By 19 August 2014

The public beta of Mailbox for Mac is now available. Dropbox acquired Mailbox for iOS a little over a year ago and then launched an Android version of the email client in April, with promises that a desktop beta version for Mac was coming. Keeping its... >>

Meet Inbox, the future of email from MIT and Dropbox alumni

Meet Inbox, the future of email from MIT and Dropbox alumni

By 8 July 2014

Inbox has thought about how email should work in the modern age and come up with an open-source solution described as the "next-generation email platform". You'd be hard pressed to find someone who really enjoys email, because most people view it as a... >>

Loom to join Dropbox and shut down cloud photo service in May

Loom to join Dropbox and shut down cloud photo service in May

By 17 April 2014

Dropbox has acquired a cloud-based storage and management service for photos and videos called Loom. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Loom, which was still a beta service as of mid-2013, is a San Francisco-based startup comprised of an... >>

Dropbox Carousel app unveils for Android and iOS, letting you back up, view, and share photos

Dropbox Carousel app unveils for Android and iOS, letting you back up, view, and share photos

By 9 April 2014

Dropbox is at an event in San Francisco, where it just announced a new app that automatically backs up and showcases your photos. It's called Carousel. The company described Carousel as "a gallery for all the photos and videos from your life," because... >>

Dropbox's Mailbox app launches for Android - with Mac desktop beta coming soon too

Dropbox's Mailbox app launches for Android - with Mac desktop beta coming soon too

By 9 April 2014

Dropbox acquired Mailbox for iOS a little over a year ago, and now it has finally launched an Android version of the email client. Oh, and a desktop beta version for Mac is coming too. At an event in San Francisco, Dropbox showed off Mailbox for Android... >>

Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside leaves for Dropbox COO position (update)

Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside leaves for Dropbox COO position (update)

By 13 February 2014

Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside has left the company to become chief operating officer with Dropbox, according to The Wall Street Journal. Woodside will step into Dropbox to provide oversight to grow the online file-hosting company's business even further,... >>

Dell compares itself to Skype, Dropbox, and other startups in first ad since going private

Dell compares itself to Skype, Dropbox, and other startups in first ad since going private

By 1 January 2014

Dell's now private, and it has a fresh, sentimental advertisement to show people just how its humble beginnings will undoubtedly help shape the company in the new year and beyond. The buyout of Dell Computers by its founder Michael Dell and the private... >>

Top five Android apps for going back to school

Top five Android apps for going back to school

By 3 September 2013

That time has come round again. A new academic year means a couple of main things: no more sleeping in and much more traffic. We have decided to take this opportunity to give you five of the best free Android apps in time for going to school, college... >>

Dropbox unveils Dropbox Platform, cloud syncing for third-party apps

Dropbox unveils Dropbox Platform, cloud syncing for third-party apps

By 9 July 2013

Dropbox CEO Drew Houston introduced a new Dropbox Platform for developers at his company's first DBX developer conference in San Francisco on Tuesday. The platform offers a range of tools that simplifies how developers can build apps across devices and... >>

Mailbox coming to iPad and Android, Mac version 'under consideration'

Mailbox coming to iPad and Android, Mac version 'under consideration'

By 25 April 2013

The team from hit email app Mailbox (currently available on iPhone) says it is pursing iPad and Android versions of the software, following its acquisition by Dropbox.  In two separate tweets from the official Mailbox account, the team said: “An... >>