Welcome to this morning’s edition of “First To Know,” a series in which we keep you in the know on what’s happening in the digital world. Today, we’re looking at three particularly interesting stories.
New Dropbox iOS App Brings Automatic Uploads
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The latest version of Dropbox for iOS (1.5) brings several important updates, including automatic uploads of photos and videos, either using Wi-Fi or cellular data plan. By using this feature customers can earn up to 3 GB of extra free space.
Also, users can now see all the photos and videos they've uploaded to Dropbox in Gallery view. Get the latest version of Dropbox for iOS devices here.
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BBC Brings Euro 2012 Matches to Mobile Devices
BBC has enabled users to watch all the Euro 2012 matches broadcast by the BBC on their mobile devices, both live and on demand. Video is available on both 3G and WiFi connections, and highlights from games are also available.
Apple to Launch 13'' Retina MacBook in October [RUMOR]
Sure, we've seen (and embraced, and loved) the new Retina-display 15'' MacBook Pro, but what about its 13'' cousin -- will it also get the Retina treatment? AppleInsider quotes analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI who thinks it's bound to happen by October 2012. It's certainly plausible, but at this point, it's nowhere near confirmed.
This story originally published on Mashable here.