Now that Dropbox is shuttering its email app, you’ll need alternatives.
Four steps for making messages that connect.
Only the right tools and user education can battle the junk.
Now you can fire off fast replies, minus the risk of sounding like a thoughtless jerk.
So only the social network will know your secrets.
A time-trial review.
In this case, “sharing” is not caring.
Hint: It’s really Acompli with a new name—which is awesome. (For now.)
It’s time to take back our inboxes from the e-marketers.
Inbox invitations get set free at 3:00 p.m. PT/6 pm. ET.
Think smarter email that doesn’t always look like email.
XRay can predict ads.
A better email app for the Mac.
Google is making a twin-pronged push for safer encrypted email—even where it might cut against its own business interests.
I’m a big email user, and Windows 8.1 finally gets it right.
The search giant promises to stop scanning Gmail messages for education, business and government users to target advertising.
The seldom-used Facebook email service is finally shutting down.
Slack is trying to rescue workers drowning in email. Cotap hopes to help workers who never got email in the first place.
Email is in high use in the workplace, but not so much in consumer land. How multiple clients and use cases can make simple things like file sharing a torment.
Another log for the intelligence-gathering fire: this time its email and instant messaging contact lists.