Work is underway on a new way to integrate cloud storage providers with Nautilus, delivering a more consistent and uniform experience.
Account details of 68 million Dropbox accounts has been leaked online. Here's how to check whether you're affected, and how to change your password.
Arriving with all the trimmings we showed you back in July, cloud storage service Dropbox 3.0 is now stable for Linux, Windows and Mac.
Improved Dropbox integration is among the many improvements featuring in the latest release of popular screenshot tool Shutter.
The latest experimental build of the native Dropbox Linux client has debuted with an all new Qt interface.
Ubuntu One is now formally in shut-down. You have until July 31 to grab your files or they will be lost forever.
Be honest: news that Canonical is shuttering its Ubuntu One cloud storage service came as a shock, right? But which alternatives are worth pursuing? Let's take a look.
Word on the winds is that Google will launching their own cloud storage service - called Google Drive - next week. But will it support Linux?
Can't live without Shutter/Dropbox/Opera/insert-other-app-here sitting in Natty's system panel? Quick fix ahoy.
Come take a look at how Tyler customizes and fine tunes his Ubuntu install in the way of software, eye-candy, and usability, and try out his Compiz profile!
Customizers rejoice: the latest experimental build of Dropbox now respects your installed icon set. This means users no longer need to manually replace them with theme-akin replacements. “We have changed the names of our tray icons […]
The first alpha release of open-source Dropbox competitor SparkleShare has been made available for testing today. SparkleShare is built on mono, GTK+ and requires users to use Git for storage. Don’t have a Git repo? […]