Orchestra To-Do, the Predecessor to Mailbox, Will Be Shut Down

Orchestra, the to-do list app that never took off but helped inspire its creators to make Mailbox, the innovative mobile email client now owned by Dropbox, is going away. It will effectively stop working September 6, the company said in an email to users today.

Mailbox for Android, Carousel and More: Everything Dropbox Announced on Wednesday

Touting 275 million users, Dropbox on Wednesday debuted a set of productivity tools to help users work more efficiently, including Mailbox for Android, a standalone photo app Carousel, and collaborative editing features. “What makes me so happy is this family just got a lot bigger,” CEO Drew Houston said. About a year after beloved iOS … Continue reading

Dropbox Seeks Funding Round at $8 Billion Valuation

Online-storage service Dropbox Inc. is raising a funding round that could value it at more than $8 billion, according to people familiar with the situation, though new figures reveal its revenue growth is decelerating. The talks with investors to raise around $250 million are still early and no valuation has been agreed upon, said a … Continue reading

Ahead of I/O, Google triples GMail, Drive storage.

Let’s be honest, Google has been wicked awesome at the amount of storage they offer us for free. 5 GB to split among GMail, Google Drive and Google+ pics is pretty damn fair compared to the paltry 2 GB Dropbox serves its free users. Google clearly wants to stay waaaaaaaay ahead of the competition as … Continue reading

It’s Tax Time, which means paperwork, unless you go paperless with Doxie

I”500px””500px”/images/upload/article/aggregator/2013-01-31/8429571573_25f3c3111f.jpg’ /> I like that the Doxie is fast and portable. Instead of bringing your receipts to a traditional scanner connected to your desktop computer, you can bring the Doxie anywhere it’s convenient and scan away. The Doxie is fast, too, and does the unthinkable, by making paperwork a joy!