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Dropbox partnered with Slack, Zoom, and Atlassian to completely revamp its product from a file storage service to a collaborative workspace.
Although Huawei has only recently been banned in the US, China has long blocked major US tech companies like Facebook and Google from operating there.
How to recover deleted photos from your iPhone, through the Photos app, cloud storage services, and more
If you deleted photos from an iPhone that you now want back, there are several recovery methods. Here's how to recover deleted photos from an iPhone.
You should know how to download movies and videos onto your iPad if you're heading somewhere without an internet connection. Here are a few options.
These former engineers from Dropbox and Facebook just got $9 million to help companies recruit better candidates
Gem, a startup previously known as ZenSourcer and founded by engineers from Dropbox and Facebook, raised $9 million. Here's how it did that.
The era of the all-powerful tech CEO has only just begun, even though Facebook and Snap show why that’s a bad thing
Lyft's founders will reportedly get outsized control over the company when it goes public, making them part of a disturbing trend.
The CEO of Dropbox explains the one thing that’s worse than having your startup fail: becoming a ‘zombie startup’
At Business Insider's Ignition conference, Dropbox CEO Drew Houston explained the downside of being a startup that's neither failing nor succeeding.
Announcing IGNITION 2018 speakers: Don’t miss Mark Cuban, Sir Martin Sorrell, Danica Patrick, Troy Carter, and more!
Prepare for the year ahead with insights from today’s brightest minds. This year's IGNITION lineup is packed with top executives from some of the hottest tech startups and innovative corporate enterprises.
$9.95 billion Dropbox beats Wall Street expectations, but analysts still aren’t sure if it can crack the enterprise space
$9.95 billion file sharing company Dropbox posted its earnings today. It beat Wall Street expectations, but here's what analysts have to say.
A former Y Combinator partner realized the most successful founders don’t always look good on paper — there’s a much more reliable s...
Harj Taggar is a former partner at Y Combinator, the tech accelerator that launched a number of successful startups including Airbnb, Dropbox, and Instacart. He asked founders about their side projects, and realized drive and curiosity outside of work was a big predictor of success.