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Dropbox is officially launching a handful of new consumer features out of beta today, along with some new tools for businesses.
The cloud storage giant first introduced its password manager — replete with a standalone mobile app for Android and iOS — back in June. Similar to other password management apps on the market, Dropbox Passwords stores and encrypts users’ online passwords and syncs them across all devices (desktop and mobile) so users don’t have to remember multiple login credentials.
Dropbox Passwords can also suggest strong, randomly generated, individual passwords for your online services, such as Facebook, Twitter, Netflix, and Dropbox itself.
Dropbox Passwords is the result of last year’s acquisition of Massachusetts-based Valt, which swiftly shuttered its own apps ahead of integration with Dropbox. Dropbox Passwords is available to everyone on a Dropbox Plus or Professional subscription from today.
The San Francisco-based company is
TikTok has launched a new website to push back against claims by the Trump administration and other critics that the social media app poses a threat to U.S. national security.
The site, tiktokus.info, is separate from the company’s main site, tiktokus.com. The goal is to counter claims by the Trump administration that the app, which is owned by China’s ByteDance, amounts to a tool that Beijing can use to spy on Americans.
“[W]e neither support nor stand for the spread of misinformation on our platform, or about our platform,” TikTok said in its announcement.
The new site highlights previous points TikTok has made about its privacy practices.
“TikTok is not available in China,” the company says. “Its US user data is stored in Virginia with a back-up in Singapore and strict controls on employee access. TikTok has never provided any US user data to the Chinese government, nor would it
Over the weekend, I was followed by a new official Twitter account run by the viral video app TikTok.
But, with the launch of a new website on Monday, it’s clear that it’s part of a broader effort by the company to pushback on misinformation as President Donald Trump’s seeks to ban TikTok from the U.S.
TikTok both the website, located at , and the new Twitter account, in a news release focussed on “setting the record straight.” The company described the site as an “information hub to serve as a source of truth.” The purpose of the Twitter account, the release states, is to “correct the record” and share news about the company.
It’s clear this isn’t your everyday company press page. This is an