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Dropbox for Teams Offers a Terabyte of Space

Dropbox for Teams Offers a Terabyte of Space

If you have a crowd of people collaborating with large files synchronized by Dropbox, you might be interested in this new offering from the online file synchronization service, called Dropbox for Teams. It works the same way as the regular Dropbox service, where if you put files into a Dropbox folder on one computer, they immediately begin to synch up on all ... Read More »

Windows XP: It Will Not Die

Windows XP: It Will Not Die

Ten years after it first arrived and a year after Microsoft stopped selling it, Windows XP survives. It is an incredibly resilient piece of programming that has millions of fans around the world. But we can’t hold on forever. Microsoft promises to end support for the aging code in 2014. Though those few remaining years may not be enough time ... Read More »

iPhone History

iPhone History

In a scant few hours now, we’ll dive into chapter five in one of the most compelling stories of our digital-dominated era: The Life And Times of the iPhone. So for those of you who haven’t been paying attention, and even those of you who have (hands up if you remember the ROKR iTunes phone), here’s a recap — courtesy ... Read More »