We recap all the big stories of the consumer tech space from the week of April 7th to 11th in this one nicely packaged post.
Carousel by Dropbox is a new application that lets you auto upload images from your Android or iOS phones to your Dropbox. Not just this, it has a built in gallery to view and share your Dropbox images. Read more about it here.
Command+Shift+3/4. How many times we all use that feature on Macs. In case you are wondering what that is, how about trying it out? Yes, it takes a screenshot and dumps it on the desktop of your Mac. You can run a script and change the destination of the screenshots though in case you find […]
Everyday news breaks left right and center in the world of technology. It is pretty much impossible to capture all these stories and bring a detailed report. And not bring this news to our readers feels unfair. Just as a disclaimer, we would not be divulging into details of the story and just give a […]
It is often handy to have that important file which you just downloaded synced to Dropbox. How about a neat Google Chrome extension that just does this job in a single click? Download to Dropbox for Google Chrome does that exactly
Dropbox has introduced 2-step authentication, a new security feature for further accounts from hacking attempts. It’s basically a second password for your account that is sent to your mobile number.
some people also see Drive as a move by Google to imitate Apple’s iCloud. For those who think the that Google Drive will compete against iCloud, let me tell you – You’re sorely wrong. It’ll instead be intended to be a Dropbox killer.
The latest entrant in the already gigantic list of Cloud storage providers is : The P2P leader, BitTorrent. BitTorrent’ Share app, makes use of an unique technology where along with cloud storage, users individually allocate a tiny portion of their disk space and bandwidth for fast file transfer.
With this type of innovative technology, will BitTorrent be able to overtake Dropbox? My answer: No.
Dropbox, the most popular free cloud storage provider is planning to unveil a new update to its Android application very soon. It has posted a beta version at it’s forum which brings a cleaner interface and lot of new features.
The new app is being developed keeping Ice Cream Sandwich’s user interface in mind. Since the birth of Android 4,0, lots of applications have undergone UI changes, featuring better interfaces, which is a good thing.
Amazon recently launched its Cloud Storage solution – Amazon Cloud Drive, And it is of-course meant to compete with Dropbox, which is currently the leader of cloud storage provider. A simple reason for this is its simplicity and it was the first of a kind to offer cloud service in such a non-geeky way. Dropbox […]