Russian Hacker Who Targeted Bay Area Tech Companies Sentenced To Over 7 Years In PrisonA Russian man convicted of stealing 117 million LinkedIn passwords in 2012 in addition to hacking into two other Bay Area tech companies has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison, authorities confirmed on Wednesday.
Russian National Found Guilty Of Hacking Into LinkedIn, Drop Box Employee Databases Yevgeniy Nikulin has been convicted by a San Francisco federal jury of charges he hacked into LinkedIn, DropBox, and the social networking company formerly known as Formspring databases and stole employee ID information, federal prosecutors announced Friday.
Shares of S.F.-Based Dropbox Surge on First Day of TradingShares of the digital file storage company Dropbox soared Friday in their stock market debut.
Dropbox Wants To Raise $648 Million In Its IPOThe cloud storage company is selling 36 million shares for between $16 and $18, according to a regulatory filing released Monday.
Russian Man Indicted For Hacking Into LinkedIn, Dropbox,A 29-year-old Russian man has been indicted for hacking into computers belonging to the San Francisco Bay Area companies LinkedIn, Dropbox and Formspring.
More Than 650 Photos of Nude, Semi-Nude Teens At Center Of East Bay High School Social Media ScandalAnother Bay Area high school has been rocked with a social media scandal. The latest involves several hundred sexually-explicit photos of teenagers in the Lamorinda area of Contra Costa.
Online Storage Provider Box Soars In Wall Street DebutBox's shares soared 66 percent in their stock market debut Friday despite the online storage provider's decade-long history of losses, a showing that may encourage more unprofitable technology startups to go public this year.
Just How Much Do Bay Area Coding Internships Pay?Across the board, employees are taking in high salaries, but one group in particular within tech is making almost unbelievable amounts of money—coding interns.
Viral Video Prompts San Francisco To Change Soccer Rules At Mission PlaygroundOutrage about a soccer field confrontation at Mission Playground between Dropbox tech workers and Latino youth has prompted San Francisco’s top park official to change the policy about permits and fees to use the field.
VIDEO: Soccer Field Reservation Flap Pits SF Neighbors Against Dropbox Techies In Caught-On-Camera QuarrelA incident captured on camera that quickly went viral depicts the increasingly acrimonious relations between long-time San Francisco residents and the newly rich techies encroaching on their neighborhods, as a group of Dropbox employees who reserved a soccer field using a new city-sponsored app try to get a group of kids using the field to move.
Massages, Nap Pods, Dance Classes Among Sweet Perks For Silicon Valley InternsWell paid and perked, young up-and-comers from around the world are assigned big-time responsibility at firms such as Google, Facebook, Dropbox and Twitter.
Texas Conservatives Resume Airing Ads Telling Businesses To Flee CaliforniaRadio listeners and TV watchers this week likely heard advertisements from the conservative organization "Americans for Economic Freedom," funded by Texas Governor Rick Perry's leftover 2012 campaign funds, telling California businesses to flee for the political sanctuary of Texas, and according to official governor's office documents, some are hearing the call.
Access Files Anywhere: The Benefits Of Cloud StorageLaptops can be lost. External hard drives can be damaged. Protect your business by learning about cloud storage.
Larry Magid: Dropbox Expands, Aims To Replace Hard Drive Dropbox announced that it wants to replace your hard drive by expanding from an app to an entire platform of services. The company is holding its developers’ conference in San Francisco this week.
Tech Report: Facebook Teams Up With Dropbox To Let Groups Share FilesSocial networking giant Facebook is teaming up with Dropbox to allow users to share documents, photos and videos with groups.