Between all the tweeting, liking and text messaging we do, who really wants to look at all the junk in email? Microsoft new Outlook.com email (not the same as its Outlook email app) is a completely rethought take on webmail that cuts the ad bloat of Hotmail and focuses on functionality.
I can go and sign up for a Gmail, Yahoo email, Hotmail or almost a million other feature-rich email services for free, right now. For some reason, Elite750 thinks 750 people will shell out $7,500 for an email address with the "@elite750.com."
Could we have discovered the achilles heel of spamlords? A team of UCAL researchers seem to think so. Oh please, let them be right.
Just the other day we took a little trip down memory lane to see what AOL was up to. The verdict? Not much. Turns out "not much" isn't wrong, but what little the company has going on as an email provider is pretty dubious.
Mark Zuckerberg finally took the wraps off of "Project Titan" at Facebook's special "email-killing" event yesterday in San Francisco. Is the 500-million users strong social network killing email? Not quite. Instead, Facebook wants its Messages to become an aggregator for all your digital messages — not just the ones sent on Facebook.
You already use Facebook to stalk your ex-girlfriend, why not use it to email her, too? That's the idea behind Facebook's new email service, which they're expected to unveil on Monday.
Go figure, but a fellow named Igor A. Gusev who runs a website called SpamIt.com is also one of Russia's most heinous spam-enabling kingpins. After Russian authorities started cracking down on his operation, the volume of emails sent around the world dropped by one-fifth.
Users of Google's email service may notice something different about Gmail over the next few days. That's because the company is rolling out the new Gmail Priority Inbox feature. Conceptually, think of it like Gmail's spam filter, just in reverse.
Husband-and-wife combo Chris and Madeleine Ball have created a shirt that'll let you and the rest of the world know how much email you've got waiting for you when you're away from your computer. It works by communicating with your...
There are a couple of things we really like about the Hercules eCafe EC1000W netbook, which runs Windows 7 and sports a 10.1-inch screen. It's got a nicely spaced keyboard for its size, and has Wireless N built right into...