Dropbox adds new enterprise class features as it tries to attract big businesses

The last year hasn’t seen many flashy product launches or updates for Dropbox. The company held a big event last April to show off its Carousel app for photo management and the newly purchased Mailbox email app, but since then, it’s been a year of refinements. And not coincidentally, many of those updates have centered on Dropbox for Business. After introducing the two-account setup that lets personal user accounts live alongside a Dropbox for your work, the company has focused on improvements that make Dropbox work better with Microsoft Office, an API to help big businesses integrate the service, and numerous other updates.

Today, the company is announcing another set of updates for Dropbox for Business customers — and signaling its…

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Author: Nathan Ingraham

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The original Uncharted trilogy is being remastered for PS4

Uncharted 4 may not be coming out in 2015, but that doesn’t mean the PS4 isn’t getting some Nathan Drake action. Sony just announced a new remastered edition called The Nathan Drake Collection, which bundles together the first three PS3 games in the series with updated graphics and 60fps gameplay. The collection actually appeared on the PlayStation Store earlier today by mistake, and was promptly pulled. “Well… that hit a few hours too early,” Naughty Dog creative director Neil Druckmann tweeted afterwards. “See you in the AM. G’night y’all.” The collection will be available on October 9th.

This will be the second time that Naughty Dog brings one of its big PS3 releases to Sony’s newest console. Last year the post-apocalyptic zombie…

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Author: Andrew Webster

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The most valuable car collection ever to be auctioned is coming this year, and it's incredible

Someone out there with an unfathomably large amount of money is blessed with impeccable taste in automobiles.

What you’re looking at here is what the RM Sotheby’s auction house is calling the “Pinnacle Portfolio,” a collection of roughly 30 post-World War II cars that Reuters reports could get over $65 million when they’re individually auctioned at this August’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. To be clear, these cars are single-sourced — one person currently owns them. Shelby Myers of RM Sotheby’s sums up the absurdity and anonymity of the collection pretty well: “While many of the world’s most impressive collections were established in the public eye of the car-collecting world, The Pinnacle Portfolio was assembled with a…

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Author: Chris Ziegler

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Sony's keyring-sized Bluetooth speakers are now available in the US

Earlier this year, Sony added a trio of new devices to its family of portable Bluetooth speakers, looking more like grown-up building blocks than musical accessories. Now, the company has announced US pricing and availability for the X11, X33, and X55, all of which sport the same minimalist look as the rest of the SRS range: cuboid in shape, with mesh speaker grills and discrete buttons set flush to the top of each device.

The best-looking of the three is the smallest: the X11. An actual cube rather than a rectangular cuboid, it has up to 12 hours of battery life and can also serve as a speakerphone for your mobile. You can pair together two X11s to create stereo sound, although at $69.99 apiece, you may as well just buy the larger X33…

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Author: James Vincent

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