Dropbox has rewritten its popular namesake file-share application to be more enterprise friendly. The goal here to reassure businesses that Dropbox for Business is indeed to be trusted with corporate content and, oh by the way, get more companies to buy it as a result.
“We rebuilt all of Dropbox to give everyone two Dropboxes; one personal with your password your contacts, and a second company Dropbox accessible to you but managed by company. But you don’t want it to be klugey and hard to go back and forth. Most of us have one phone so we had to reengineer our interfaces,” said Ilya Fushman, director of product, mobile and business for the San Francisco-based company, ahead of an event in the city designed to highlight the new features.
Before, if Jane Doe had her personal Dropbox on her device and wanted to sign into the old Dropbox for Business, she really couldn’t do so without…
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Derrick Gordon, a sophomore starter on the University of Massachusetts men’s basketball team, revealed that he was gay in an interview with ESPN on Wednesday, becoming the first openly gay Division I men’s basketball player in the NCAA.
“I just didn’t want to hide anymore, in any way,” Gordon said. “I didn’t want to have to lie or sneak. I’ve been waiting and watching for the last few months, wondering when a Division I player would come out, and finally I just said, ‘Why not me?'” Gordon said he came out to his teammates on April 2, shortly after his team lost in the first round of the NCAA tournament to Tennessee on March 21.
Teammates met Gordon’s announcement with support and understanding, and the 6’3″ player says he can now be himself. “Before, I usually just kept to myself because I didn’t want to lie or be fake,” Gordon…
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Warner Bros has announced that the Wii U version of LEGO Hobbit has been delayed until April 22nd in North America. However, the Nintendo 3DS and other formats haven’t been affected. Warner Bros hasn’t explained why the Wii U version has been delayed. The UK version will be available on the Wii U on April 11th.
Yesterday we introduced you to Veet’s newest ad campaign, which proclaimed that having body hair–something that practically all human beings are born with–actually makes you a dude, and we all know there’s nothing worse than being a dude.
As the backlash spread across the web and landed on their Facebook page, Veet decided to yank the trio of ads, which all depict women turning into men as soon as their body hair begins to grow back after shaving. A spokesperson for the company that owns Veet also provided the following statement to Jezebel:
However we are very concerned by any misinterpretation of its tone or meaning, and in the light of the feedback received we have decided to withdraw it. We would also like to apologise for any offense it may have caused. That was certainly not our intention.
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