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Thursday, October 15


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COVID-19 Update: Global Cloud Music Streaming Market is Expected to Grow at a Healthy CAGR with Top players: Amazon, Pandora, Spotify, Rdio Inc., Google, etc.

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COVID-19 Update: Global Cloud Music Streaming Market is Expected to Grow at a Healthy CAGR with Top players: Amazon, Pandora, Spotify, Rdio Inc., Google, etc. Cloud Music Streaming is often referred to as an “artificial kidney.” Its function is to remove the excess wastes and fluid from the blood when the patient’s kidneys can no longer perform that task. Request For Exclusive Sample PDF along with few company profiles. Cloud Music Streaming Market report analyses the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on the Cloud Music Streaming industry. Since the COVID-19 virus outbreak in December 2019, the disease has spread to almost 180+ countries around the globe with the World Health Organization declaring it a public health emergency.

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Friday, September 25


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ROCE Insights For Dropbox

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Dropbox (NASDAQ: DBX) posted a 52.24% decrease in earnings from Q1. Despite the increase in sales this quarter, the decrease in earnings may suggest Dropbox is not utilizing their capital as effectively as possible. Dropbox reached earnings of $26.80 million and sales of $455.00 million in Q1. A relatively high ROCE indicates a company may be generating profits that can be reinvested into more capital, leading to higher returns and growing EPS for shareholders. For Dropbox, the return on capital employed ratio shows the number of assets can actually help the company achieve higher returns, an important note investors will take into account when gauging the payoff from long-term financing strategies.

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Thursday, September 24


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News drops on Dropbox’s new Creative Tools Add-On

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TechRadar is supported by its audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Dropbox wants to use cloud storage to help bring your work to life. Cloud storage provider Dropbox has released a new tool aimed at users who store large media files on its servers. Dropbox says that the previewing of large files will also be dramatically improved, with the new update as it will now be possible to stream files up to 150GB in size directly within the platform. What’s more, with videos that contain multiple languages or audio tracks, users will be able to toggle between different audio components, all without having to download any data to their local devices.

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Tuesday, September 08


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Apple iCloud, Google Drive and Dropbox probed on 'unfair' cloud storage practices

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TechRadar is supported by its audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Top online storage firms facing investigation concerning "unfair" practices(Image credit: Shutterstock / Blackboard). Some of the world's top cloud storage services are facing an investigation over supposedly unfair business practices in Europe. The competition authority in Italy (ACGM) has announced it is opening a probe into Apple iCloud, Google Drive and Dropbox following a number of complaints concerning "unfair commercial practices". The other investigations concern some of the contractual details set out by all three companies, including their right to suspend services for users; liability exemption even in the event of loss of documents stored in the user's cloud space; the possibility of unilateral modification of the contractual conditions; and the prevalence of the English version of the contract text over the Italian version.

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Drew Houston will talk about building a startup and digital transformation during COVID at TechCrunch Disrupt

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Dropbox CEO Drew Houston will be joining us for a one-on-one interview at this year's TechCrunch Disrupt happening next week from September 14-18. Houston has been there and done that as a startup founder. After attending Y Combinator in 2007 and launching at the TechCrunch 50 (the precursor to TechCrunch Disrupt) in 2008, he went on to raise $1.7 billion from firms like Blackrock, Sequoia and Index Ventures before taking his company public in 2018. Houston will join us at TechCrunch Disrupt 2020 to discuss all of this, including how he helped build the company from that initial idea to where it is today, and he will talk about what it takes to achieve the kind of success that every startup founder dreams about.

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Apple, Google, Dropbox Face Italy Antitrust Probes Over Cloud Computing Services

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Apple, Google, Dropbox Face Italy Antitrust Probes Over Cloud Computing Services. Italy’s antitrust authorities said Monday they are opening six investigations against global operators of cloud computing services such as Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ: GOOGL) (NASDAQ: GOOG) subsidiary Google, Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL), and Dropbox, Inc (NASDAQ: DBX). What Happened: Italy’s competition authority, Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato, in a statement said it was looking into alleged unfair commercial practices by the companies. The Italian competition body said it is looking into allegations that the companies failed to show how their services collect and use consumer data for commercial purposes. The EU authorities are probing Facebook Inc (NASDAQ: FB) over antitrust concerns, which the Mark Zuckerberg-led company says is interfering with its employees' privacy.

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Monday, September 07


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Italy investigates Apple, Google, Dropbox over cloud storage

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Italy’s competition watchdog has launched an investigation into Apple, Google and Dropbox over their cloud storage services. The competition and market authority said Monday it has opened a total of six investigations into Apple iCloud, Google Drive and Dropbox's online storage service in response to complaints about unfair commercial practices and violations of the country’s consumer rights directive. The regulator said it's looking into whether the three companies either failed to, or did not adequately, indicate how users' data would be collected and used for commercial purposes. It is also examining whether Dropbox failed to provide clear and accessible information on how users could get out of contracts or pursue out of court dispute settlements.

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Italy launching probe into Apple, Google, Dropbox over cloud storage

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Italy launching probe into Apple, Google, Dropbox over cloud storageBy John BowdenTweetShareEmail. Italy's top authority on monopolies and trade practices announced a slew of investigations into Apple, Dropbox, and Google over the companies' cloud storage systems. In a press release, the Italian Competition Authority (AGCM) said that the probes, six in total, were "relate[d] to alleged unfair commercial practices and the possible presence of unfair clauses in the contractual conditions." "In particular, the investigations for unfair practices against Google and Apple concern the failure or inadequate indication, when presenting the service, of the collection and use for commercial purposes of the data provided by the user and the possible undue influence in towards consumers, who, in order to use the cloud storage service, would not be in a position to give the operator their consent to the collection and use of information concerning them for commercial purposes," read a translated press release from the AGCM.

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Italy antitrust opens inquiry into Google, Apple, Dropbox on cloud computing

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Italy antitrust opens inquiry into Google, Apple, Dropbox on cloud computing. {{monthName}} {{day}}, {{year}}, {{hour12}}:{{minuteTwoDigit}} {{dayPeriod}}. MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's antitrust authority said on Monday it had opened an inquiry into Google Inc, Apple Inc and Dropbox Inc over cloud computing services. "The proceedings relate to alleged improper commercial practices and the possible inclusion of unfair clauses in contract conditions," the authority said in a statement.

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Italy investigates Apple, Google, Dropbox over cloud storage

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Italy’s competition watchdog has launched an investigation into Apple, Google and Dropbox over their cloud storage services. The competition and market authority said Monday it has opened a total of six investigations into Apple iCloud, Google Drive and Dropbox’s online storage service in response to complaints about unfair commercial practices and violations of the country’s consumer rights directive. The regulator said it’s looking into whether the three companies either failed to, or did not adequately, indicate how users’ data would be collected and used for commercial purposes. It is also examining whether Dropbox failed to provide clear and accessible information on how users could get out of contracts or pursue out of court dispute settlements.

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