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Version 2.0 of Dropbox brings a brand new experience to the app's venerable menu bar interface.
This week's roundup of new accessories for the Mac include ways to make sure you have all the power and protection you need.
Dropbox on Wednesday introduced its new Sync API, which the company says will let developers focus on their apps' core functionality, while Dropbox handles the intricacies of file syncing.
New to Macworld/iWorld's show floor this year is IDrive, which offers cloud-based online backup and syncing services.
Tim Cook's in China, the former CEO of one of Apple's acquisitions speaks in Israel, and one Russian city unveils a memorial to the late Steve Jobs.
The USB 3.0 flash drive is not yet shipping, but you can get it in a 512GB model, which costs a whopping $1750
Apple's entry-level desktop now offers the company's new Fusion Drive as a build-to-order option.
New iMacs are coming from inside the country! Elsewhere, Apple lets you buy iPhone 5s until your heart is content, and Ashton Kutcher's Steve Jobs impression is a little eerie.
What happens when you push the limits of the Fusion Drive? Macworld Lab ran some tests to find out.
SSDs continue to rule, but mechanical hard drives aren’t going away entirely.
FileLocker, a folder sync and collaboration service, claims to provide end-to-end military-level encryption of files stored on its servers.
Synchronization service firm SugarSync has dramatically overhauled and simplified its user interface in the new 2.0 release out in a form of software public beta today.
AT&T has launched a new Locker app for iOS that provides free online storage for photos, videos, and documents, but its concept is hobbled by restrictions and is best avoided.