Dropbox, a company that turned down an offer from Steve Jobs in 2009, is finally going public

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The place where you may or may not store and share your photos, PDFs, and other documents is going public.

Dropbox, a cloud storage company based in Silicon Valley’s heart San Francisco, is listing on the Nasdaq under the stock ticker $DBX, according to its S-1 document unveiled by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Friday. Dropbox was most recently valued at $10 billion and is now seeking to raise $500 million.

“Our modern economy runs on knowledge. Today, knowledge lives in the cloud as digital content, and Dropbox is a global collaboration platform where more and more of this content is created, accessed, and shared with the world. We serve more than 500 million registered users across 180 countries,” the S-1 document states. …

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The selfie stick is so over: this is how we’re filming ourselves hands-free now

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Think of all the times you wanted to snap a full-length photo to capture your #OOTD but couldn’t because no one was around to take it.

Sure, mirror selfies are okay, but most of us don’t always want our phones in the shot.

A few years back, we flocked to …

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Gifts ideas for that person who’s literally obsessed with space

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If you care about NASA news more than you do about life itself, you’re not alone — because we are quite literally obsessed. I mean, with the launch of the SpaceX Falcon Heavy and plans for new rockets like the Space Launch System Rocket, it’s kind of hard not to be.

And with this constant groundbreaking news, the wannabe astronaut corner of the world seems to be growing by the day — and the celestial merchandise is having no trouble playing catch-up. We need stuff to tide us over until the 2019 …

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Tesla is donating electric car chargers to select U.S. offices

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Keeping your electric car charged is a big part of maintenance for those living the gas-free life, so Tesla is now bringing its Wall Connectors to offices — and it’s installing them for free.

Tesla introduced this month the Workplace Charging program, which brings electric vehicle charging units to office buildings, so that employees can get a charge while they work.

The program gives employees an easy way to juice up their cars while they sit in a parking lot for eight hours during the workday.

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Today’s best deals include smart TVs with free Dell gift cards, air fryers, and robot vacuums

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Can we talk about weather for a second? We’re breaking record-high temperatures for February one day, and the next day there are snow flurries in the air. And then it will randomly start pouring. Punxsutawney Phil did not mention this on Groundhog Day.

So basically, even though we just got a little taste of Spring this week, we don’t get to count on multiple 70-degree weather days in a row just yet. And this means a very good chance of plans getting ruined by rain or snow and many more days of being cooped up at home. Luckily, there are a ton of deals on boredom-curing items: How does a new …

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