Dropbox Passwords, Vault, and Backup go live for paying users

Dropbox Passwords, Vault, and Backup go live for paying users

Jobs that bosses insisted couldn't be done at home are now being done at home, as are jobs that normally done at home. The sudden rise in remote working setups has naturally resulted in a rise in the use of collaboration software and services, from video conferencing apps like Zoom to cloud storage services like Dropbox. The latter has recently announced new features that offer to keep your personal and work digital lives from descending into chaos and those tools can now be yours if you can pay the literal price.

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2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class interior is meant to delight the senses

2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class interior is meant to delight the senses

Mercedes-Benz is gradually drip-feeding precious information about its next-gen S-Class luxury sedan. We first caught wind of the new S-Class’ augmented reality heads-up display last July, and we now know the S-Class will come with a plug-in hybrid version offering a longer all-electric range.

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SNK NEOGEO MVSX recreates the arcade experience in full size

SNK NEOGEO MVSX recreates the arcade experience in full size

We've seen quite a number of retro recreations of beloved consoles from decades past but, with the exception of the rather unique Atari VCS, most of them aimed for miniature replicas of the original. There are benefits to such smaller forms, especially in saving space, but it's not easy to recreate the same gaming experience when it comes to retro arcade cabinets. No one knows this better than SNK because of the NEOGEO Mini which is probably why it's taking a second stab at it with the almost full-sized NEOGEO MVSX "desktop" home arcade.

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iOS 13.6.1 released to fix Exposure Notification, green tint bugs

iOS 13.6.1 released to fix Exposure Notification, green tint bugs

iPhone owners might just be waiting for iOS 14 to roll out one of the biggest changes to Apple's mobile platform in a long while. That, however, doesn't mean there's no longer any room for smaller releases, nor does it mean there is no need for those either. In fact, Apple has just released iOS 13.6.1 as a small yet important bugfix update that addresses an issue that could severely impact the efficacy of its new Exposure Notification framework for COVID-19 contact tracing.

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Chrome full URL hiding is an anti-spoofing experiment

Chrome full URL hiding is an anti-spoofing experiment

As the makers of the world's most-used web browser and search engine, Google has taken upon itself to come up with and enforce policies that will protect users against less conscientious people on the Web. As the makers of the world's most-used web browser and search engine, however, the company is also often accused of pushing its own agenda with these new policies. Even something like hiding a website's full URL has gotten a bit negative feedback but Google assures that it's doing it to protect unwitting users from harm.

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iPhone 12 Pro could slip even further according to new leak

iPhone 12 Pro could slip even further according to new leak

That Apple's 2020 iPhones won't be coming on time like most iPhones before it is pretty much accepted fact by now. That the company will be adopting a staggered announcement and launch strategy, however, is definitely unusual and speaks of the unusual times we find ourselves in. While devices aren't being pushed back to 2021, fortunately, some iPhones are coming later than usual, with the Pro models potentially launching in November at the earliest.

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ChromeOS.dev finally addresses one of the platform’s biggest flaw

ChromeOS.dev finally addresses one of the platform’s biggest flaw

Google has been heavily pushing Chromebooks and Chrome OS almost as the all-in-one computer system you'll ever need, especially with the upcoming support for running Windows applications (at least on the enterprise). As a software platform, however, Chrome OS's story has never really been complete and that is manifested in the lack of quality or even notable apps and games for Chrome OS. Google is finally adding a new chapter to that story with ChromeOS.dev, its new one-stop-shop to help developers get up and running on making software for Google's OS.

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Motorola Razr 5G could be coming in early September

Motorola Razr 5G could be coming in early September

Although it hasn't given the formal word yet, it's highly unlikely that IFA 2020 will take place in September as an in-person event, at least not in the capacity as all IFA events since 1924. That, unfortunately, means that companies that were planning on making a big splash in Berlin this year have to make do with their own separate and potentially online-only alternatives. Case in point, Motorola has apparently scheduled something for September 9 and it's probably no mystery what it will reveal then.

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Amazon is adding podcasts to Music, quietly scrubs ridiculous rule

Amazon is adding podcasts to Music, quietly scrubs ridiculous rule

Amazon is following in the footsteps of some of its biggest competitors: it will soon add podcasts to its Amazon Music product, enabling its users to stream these audio shows without turning to third-party apps. The initial unveiling of this plan came with a ridiculous requirement for shows, however, one that aimed to force podcasters to avoid 'disparaging' the company. It has since removed that requirement.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a soda shortage in the US

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a soda shortage in the US

The pandemic has claimed many lives, disrupted every nation in the world, and revealed that humans haven't learned much since the influenza pandemic in 1918, at least when it comes to face masks. Beyond the most obvious and severe consequences of the pandemic are less severe, but still quite notable changes, including product shortages. Some shortages are caused by hoarding, while others are caused by production and distribution issues. The latest victim? A popular soda called Dr. Pepper.

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Fortnite cars bug is causing eliminations and players aren’t happy

Fortnite cars bug is causing eliminations and players aren’t happy

Fortnite seems to be experiencing a bug involving cars, which isn't surprising considering that they were just added to the game days ago. Players who have been with the battle royale game for a while have dealt with their fair share of bugs, many of which are minor and some of which are even beneficial (assuming you don't get banned for exploiting them). Then there are the death bugs -- they are, quite obviously, a big problem.

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NASA shows off the most striking Mars images that you can download

NASA shows off the most striking Mars images that you can download

NASA has spent years investigating Mars up close and personal with its various rovers and spacecraft, the latter of which includes the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO). This spacecraft orbits Mars, using onboard cameras to snap images of the Red Planet below. This has resulted in a huge number of images, some of which are so strikingly beautiful that they look like art. NASA is showing off some of the best of these images and anyone can download them.

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