Version 3.0 offers some nifty features to address sharing and collaboration.
Now you can choose PayPal for Google Play purchases in 12 countries.
Apps built with different tools can connect with less coding or extensive rebuilding.
Now the question is whether the FCC will double down by regulating broadband providers as common carriers.
300,000 users come to Box in a deal with General Electric, and Box Notes goes live.
The standalone word-processing app isn’t winning many Apple fans.
A rival to both cloud-storage services explains how links to your Dropbox and Box documents could end up in the wrong hands.
Will your site crash under a lot of traffic? Spinning up servers in the cloud may be the answer.
Google takes a step back from its all-in-one approach to productivity; here’s how its new apps fare against the competition.
Microsoft axed official support for the lumbering XP, but an Internet Explorer bug has prompted it to issue one last update.
The spat shows how much Microsoft still needs to change.
Skype is taking on Google Hangouts and helping businesses in one fell swoop.
Internet regulators want to force the HBOs and Netflixes of the world to pay ISPs for faster connectivity.
Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Atlanta are in line for an upgrade.
Microsoft will no longer issue security updates, but many people still need to keep Windows XP up and running safely. Here’s how.
Photo sharing app Loom to join Carousel feature in Dropbox, and HackPad looks to bolster the company’s collaboration tools
The idea is to let people share Office documents and discuss their changes as they go.
The online-storage startup has a simple formula for beating the competition: 275 million users times 2 folders.
You can still run it if you like, but Microsoft won’t support the 13-year-old software.
Developers want to build cool apps, but they also want an all-in-one development system in the cloud.