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Dropbox Acquires Photo and Document Management Startups Loom and Hackpad

Dropbox Acquires Photo Sync App Loom and Document App Hackpad
Dropbox has become a black hole for apps. It has acquired two more startups, the document collaboration tool Hackpad and photo management app Loom as fundamental assets in its list of possessions.
Read more 22 hours ago, 3:51am CDT
 

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Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside to Join Dropbox

Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside to Join Dropbox
Google’s Motorola Mobility had Dennis Woodside as its CEO. That is until now. He seems to have taken a quick step to go over to Dropbox. It’s a less glamorous role as COO but that’s the way it suits Dennis Woodside.
Read more Feb 13 2014, 2:50am CST
 

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Dropbox Adds Loom, Hackpad to Its Growing 'Family of Apps'

Source: eWeek

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Dropbox recently announced a new chapter for the company that includes nurturing a family of apps. Loom and Hackpad a ...
Full article at: eWeek 8 hours ago, 6:00pm CDT
 

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Throughout this would-be U.S. economic recovery, job creation has not matched what it has been in prior recoveries and...
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9 Dropbox acquisitions that turned the filesharing site into an app platform

Source: Conde Nast Portfolio

TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2013 - Day 1
In the past four months Dropbox has acquired four app companies, effectively turning the filesharing site into an app platform that not only lets people save and share their files, but dig deeply into the content with a host of tools. And yet, those much publicized acquisitions are only the most recent of a string of purchases the company has made over the past year. Swirling around in Dropbox's $10 billion technological DNA are i ...
Full article at: Conde Nast Portfolio 10 hours ago, 3:56pm CDT
 

Protests Continue Against Dropbox After Appointment of Condoleezza Rice to Board

Source: New York Times Bits

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After Dropbox appointed Condoleezza Rice, the former secretary of state, to its board of directors, some users have complained about her views on Internet surveillance. ...
Full article at: New York Times Bits 11 hours ago, 2:43pm CDT
 

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Last week on Twitter, a few friends of mine, IT industry analysts and journalists, were tossing around the...
Read more Jan 22 2014, 4:13am CST
 

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Life Without DropBox? Unthinkable!

Source: EE Times

Alibaba To Kick Off IPO In U.S.
Once you've installed the DropBox app on your computers, anytime you create or edit a file on one machine, that file is automatically replicated on all of your other ma ...
Full article at: EE Times 13 hours ago, 12:31pm CDT
 

The Dropbox photo-train keeps rolling along, acquires Loom photo storage and syncing service

Source: Imaging Resource

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    Dropbox has been keeping busy lately, especially on the photography front. Just last week, they announced Carousel, a photo-sharing app for iOS and Android, which ties to the company's bread-and-butter service—a place for your stuff on the cloud. But they aren’t wasting any time working on improvements. Yesterday, Dropbox announced that they purchased Loom, a photo storage and syncing s ...
Full article at: Imaging Resource 16 hours ago, 10:02am CDT
 

Because It's All About Virality - Dropbox Scores Funding At A $10B Valuation

Because It's All About Virality - Dropbox Scores Funding At A $10B Valuation
Crazy you might say but WSJ is reporting that Dropbox has raised $250M in a deal that values the company at an...
Read more Jan 17 2014, 8:31pm CST
 


 

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