Tag Archive: Slack


Dropbox Paper wants to shred Slack and Google Docs

Dropbox has just entered the competitive space of collaborative online tools, and it hopes to overcome its late start with a simple, intuitive document collaboration tool called Paper. Currently in private beta, Dropbox’s Paper is part Google Docs and part Slack, which just goes to show you how late they are — describing one company’s […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Watch out, Slack and Google Docs: Pingpad might be the next big thing

There are greats apps for groups to complete tasks and great apps for group communication. In Pingpad, the group has a single app that allows for both. Pingpad is a stew of many different first generation apps for notes, lists, calendars and instant messaging. In one space, a group can work across platforms on documents, […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Slack boss calls Siri ‘f—ing idiotic’

We have a bit of a digital-assistant war brewing in the tech world. In addition to Apple’s Siri, we have Google Now, Microsoft’s Cortana and, eventually, Facebook’s MoneyPenny. Everybody’s out to provide users with the most helpful fake secretaries imaginable, and even productivity app Slack is getting in on the action. But while touting upcoming […]

Slack has been hacked

Slack, the cool new communications app that many of the world’s top companies have flocked to, just revealed that it’s been hacked. Attackers were able to access a Slack database, the company said Friday morning. There’s no indication the hackers…

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Slack has been hacked

Slack, the cool new communications app that many of the world’s top companies have flocked to, just announced that it’s been hacked. The company announced on Friday morning that attackers were able to access a Slack database. Slack says there’s…

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LG iPad 2 Display Problems, Samsung and Others Pick Up Production Slack

Digitimes�is reporting that LG hasn’t been able to meet Apple’s demand for the 9.7″ displays the iPad 2 depends on, forcing Apple to rely on Samsung and Chimei Innolux for additional supplies.

LG’s problems stem from quality control. The company failed to meet their productions goals by 1 million units, mostly due to light leak issues that slowed production. Apple relying on Samsung to help meet demand is probably as awkward as any of us can  [Read More…]