Dropbox redesigns desktop client, mobile clients with improved notifications and sharing
Dropbox redesigns desktop client, mobile clients with improved notifications and sharing
                   

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Dropbox Revamps Its Desktop Clients With A New Menu And A Bigger Focus On Sharing

techcrunch.com
The cloud storage buffs at Dropbox have spent quite a bit of time optimizing the service for mobile devices (and mobile developers, naturally), but the Dropbox desktop client looks and works much the same way it did a few years ago. Well, that’s not the case anymore — the company...
Dropbox Revamps Its Desktop Clients With A New Menu And A Bigger Focus On Sharing

Dropbox's redesigned desktop client brings more notifications, faster sharing and a fresher look

www.engadget.com
In a world that's becoming increasingly swamped with cloud storage options, it's good to see a true, original gangster innovating like the pressure is on. In a matter of moments, Dropbox is going to launch a re-imagined desktop client -- one that promises "more visibility into activity in one's...
Dropbox's redesigned desktop client brings more notifications, faster sharing and a fresher look

Dropbox refreshes its desktop client for improved file sharing, real-time notifications for incoming folders

thenextweb.com
Today Dropbox announced upgrades to its desktop client to allow for quick sharing of files with others, and improved updates that will help users keep up with the service. The most significant update involves an easier way to share files with a link – not a new capability – directly from...
Dropbox refreshes its desktop client for improved file sharing, real-time notifications for incoming folders

Dropbox redesigns desktop client to make notifications more visible

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The new client, which goes live at noon, emphasizes tracking your activity. [Read more]...
Dropbox redesigns desktop client to make notifications more visible
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Microsoft plans to shut down Messenger on March 15

www.pcworld.com
Microsoft plans to shut down Messenger (formerly Windows Live Messenger) on March 15, according to numerous reports. The concrete date comes after the company in late 2012 said the longstanding instant messaging client would merge with Skype during the first three months of 2013. The software giant is reportedly...
Microsoft plans to shut down Messenger on March 15
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