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Leef Bridge 3.0 hands-on: store or transfer files from mobile and computer

Leef Bridge 3.0 hands-on: store or transfer files from mobile and computer

By 28 August 2014

Moving files is something most people do everyday. With cloud-based storage like Dropbox or Google Drive this has become easier than ever. But uploading then downloading again between across devices, at the mercy of Wi-Fi speeds, is something that leaves... >>

WeTransfer's iPhone app will let you send big photo and video files in seconds

WeTransfer's iPhone app will let you send big photo and video files in seconds

By 5 March 2014

File transfer service WeTransfer is expanding past the web and on to mobile with a new iOS app, enabling users to send multiple high-res photos and videos, without the need for a sign-up process. We've all been in the situation before where we want to... >>

Google-acquired Bump to shut down Bump and Flock sharing apps on 31 January

Google-acquired Bump to shut down Bump and Flock sharing apps on 31 January

By 1 January 2014

Bump has announced that it will be discontinued at the end of the month, meaning both the Bump and Flock apps will no longer be available on Apple's App Store or Google Play. David Lieb, Bump's CEO and co-founder, revealed the news via Bump's blog: "We... >>

Dropbox desktop client revamped with new menu and easier file sharing

Dropbox desktop client revamped with new menu and easier file sharing

By 12 March 2013

Dropbox has announced version 2.0 of its desktop client, a major revamp that provides information for everything that is happening with a user's account, right from the menu bar. The Dropbox menu, as the company calls it, drops down for immediate access... >>

Facebook groups can now add Dropbox files

Facebook groups can now add Dropbox files

By 27 September 2012

Facebook users will soon be able to add their Dropbox files to their groups from within the social network. It means Facebook groups will be able to share documents, schedules, videos and pictures with other group members by simply clicking the “add... >>

BT and TalkTalk beaten in Digital Economy Act appeal

BT and TalkTalk beaten in Digital Economy Act appeal

By 6 March 2012

BT and TalkTalk have failed with an appeal over copyright infringement with regards to online file-sharing. The appeal by the two ISPs was a protest against the UK's Digital Economy Act that was passed in the last few weeks of the Labour government in... >>

Warner Bros admits to takedowns of files it doesn't own

Warner Bros admits to takedowns of files it doesn't own

By 10 November 2011

Movie studio Warner Bros has admitted in court that it removed files it didn't own the copyright to and even, in some cases, checked for validity from file-hosting website Hotfile.com. The revelation came in a counterclaim the site has made against the... >>

Dropbox will hand your files to police if asked

Dropbox will hand your files to police if asked

By 19 April 2011

Dropbox updated its iPad and iPhone apps yesterday with a raft of new features, including to bulk upload images and video, and a new tab-based user interface for easier navigation. However, these weren't the only recent changes with the service, others... >>