Hotmail's been making all kind of moves during the past year, and it's culminating in its replacement. Following Microsoft's tradition of creative branding, the new Hotmail will reportedly be called Newmail.
If you're anything like me, you've probably signed up for e-mail newsletters and/or mailing lists that now completely dominate your inbox. Well, Hotmail has a solution. It will attack all that "semi-legit e-mail" you thought was a good idea at the time, but now find oh so annoying. Find out how Hotmail plans to combat this "graymail" in the infographic below.
Attention Hotmail users who use stupid passwords such as "password," "123456" and "ilovecats," Microsoft will soon be blocking such common and weak codes to prevent your account from getting hacked in a jiffy.
Flickr fans can rest easy— at least for now. Yahoo rejected Microsoft's $44.6 billion takeover offer this morning, arguing that Microsoft had undervalued it. This doesn't mean the battle is over, however. Microsoft could come back with a higher...