Article | 11/12/2008
Thunderbird 3.0 reaches Beta 1, but still not complete
Mozilla Messaging Tuesday released the first beta for its open-source Thunderbird 3.0 e-mail client, with the company's chief executive calling the pr...
Article | 3/12/2008
Inkjet research could aid forensics
Researchers in the United Kingdom inadvertently found that using a chemical compound on inkjet printer ink makes it possible to read the contents of a...
Article | 3/12/2008
Google rolls out Gmail gadget for Google Desktop for Windows
Google has unveiled a new gadget that allows Google Desktop for Windows users to check their Gmail accounts without having to leave leaving the vendor...
Article | 20/11/2008
How much does spam cost you? Google will calculate
How much is spam costing your company? Google unveiled a nifty little calculator Wednesday to help you add it up.
Article | 18/11/2008
Spam drop could boost Trojan attacks
The dramatic fall in spam traffic reported last week after alleged rogue ISP McColo was taken offline will only be a temporary reprieve and could actu...
Article | 13/11/2008
Spam plummets after hosting service shuttered
Spam volumes plunged by more than 40% after a major bot hosting network was shut down, researchers at IronPort Systems Inc. said Wednesday.
Article | 11/11/2008
Microsoft won't budge on Hotmail interface redesign
Microsoft on Friday defended the redesign of its Windows Live Hotmail e-mail service, which has been blasted by some users, but said it would stick wi...
Article | 10/11/2008
Hotmail users revolt against new interface
As Microsoft continues to roll out its redesigned Windows Live Hotmail, angry users are pushing back by complaining online that the new interface is a...
Article | 3/11/2008
Google sheds light on 'Dark Web'
Google this week took another step in its effort to shed light on the so-called Dark Web with its announcement that its engine can now search scanned ...
Article | 29/10/2008
Google offers Gmail users a window into Calendar and Docs
Google this week unveiled gadgets created by its Google Labs project that allow Gmail users to look at Google Calendar and Google Docs data without ha...
Article | 27/10/2008
Gmail gets emotional
You know that guy who replaces every period in his e-mail with a wink ;) ? Well, if he's got Gmail, watch out -- because now he can take his emoti-mad...
Article | 23/10/2008
Lexmark refreshs its home office and SMB range
Lexmark is pushing a green agenda as it launches a refresh of its home office and small business range of laser and inkjet printers.
Article | 17/10/2008
Security vendors blocking some Obama campaign e-mails
Anti-spam vendors have blocked some e-mail from the campaign of Democratic Presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) because customers have comp...
Article | 16/10/2008
OpenOffice.org launches first native Mac OS X suite
OpenOffice.org Monday released the first version of its open-source application suite written for Mac OS X.
Article | 11/10/2008
Zoho launches e-mail app with offline, mobile access
Zoho has added e-mail to its portfolio of Web-hosted applications for individuals and organizations.
Article | 1/10/2008
Nokia drops enterprise e-mail platform to focus on consumers
Nokia will stop developing its enterprise mobile e-mail platform Intellisync: its future enterprise e-mail systems will be based on platforms from Cis...
Article | 19/09/2008
Yahoo tests home page that adds outside services like e-mail
Yahoo has begun testing a new home page that will allow users to check for new e-mail from multiple accounts and add more content from the Web.
Article | 5/09/2008
Microsoft's lab cooks up photo collage program
Microsoft has released a simple, stand-alone program from its U.K. research lab that assembles photos into a collage.
Article | 13/08/2008
Apple's MobileMe mail, Google's Gmail go dark
Apple's MobileMe and Google's Gmail online e-mail services suffered hours-long outages Monday, leaving millions of users unable to access their accoun...
Article | 18/08/2008
Gmail users report yet another outage
Gmail users, including those who use it for work as part of the Google Apps hosted suite, experienced problems accessing the service last week.