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Mar 01, 2019
Facebook's lead regulator in the EU to conclude first of investigation by summerThe other probes relate to complaints by users in relation to how Facebook processes personal data.
Dec 20, 2018
Facebook defends its Messaging partnerships with Netflix, Spotify and moreFacebook says that it has worked closely with four partners to integrate its messaging platform.
Aug 30, 2018
Google's security key Titan is now available for sale on Google Store for $50Titan keys can help to secure your Google Account as well as other consumer and enterprise services.
Jul 30, 2018
Google launches Titan security key to make two-way authentication simplerThe Titan security key helps authenticate logins over Bluetooth and USB when plugged in.
Mar 13, 2018
Dropbox offers IPO which values the company nearly a third below its 2014 valuationDropbox set a price range of $16 to $18 per share, which would raise up to $648 million in the highly anticipated public offering planned for Friday.
Feb 23, 2018
Samsung Internet Browser crosses 500 million downloads on the Google Play StoreThe app developers also try out innovative and new features which keeps Samsung owners stick to the default browser making it successful.
Jan 12, 2018
Dropbox may be readying an IPO; likely to have confidentially filed for the moveDropbox is in talks with other banks to fill additional roles on the IPO and is aiming to be listed in the first half of 2018
Oct 04, 2017
Dropbox announces a major redesign; switches to 'vibrant colors', and 'rich imagery'Dropbox highlighted that it is trying to make the workflow more efficient with this redesign and posted a separate blog post to focus on 'creative energy'.
Sep 26, 2017
Silicon Valley venture capital and investment firm IVP raises $1.5 billion fundIn the past, IVP has invested in the likes of Twitter Inc, Snapchat parent Snap Inc, Dropbox and Slack.
Sep 10, 2017
Chinese ban on VPNs and internet control likely to affect its e-commerce sector and scientistsChinese web users without VPNs cannot see the most popular global websites including Google and social media such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.