by Jules Wang | May 4, 2016 3:20 PM
We're in the age of big data breaches and we're used to them. Target, T-Mobile and now, a bunch of email accounts. A Russian hacker was said to have been able to rack up the names and credentials of more than 272 million email accounts and would be willing to give it all away to those wanted them for just 50 roubles. That's about $1. Alex Holden, founder and chief information security officer of Hold Security, informed Reuters about the trove. He said that the hacker was prepared to give away a far bigger cache of 1.17 billion credentials. But of the 272 million that Holden was able to ...
by Adam Z. Lein | April 7, 2015 5:19 AM
Lately I've seen a few articles from other tech writers championing some of the latest new mobile email programs for their innovative takes on improving the email experience on the small screen. Mobile apps are generally less capable than their desktop counterparts and email programs have always been far more feature rich and capable on the desktop computers. Even the most basic web-browser-based email services are often far more useful on desktop web browsers than within mobile phone apps. I've been using Microsoft Outlook as my preferred email program since the late 1990's. Outlook 98 ...
by Rithvik Rao | June 18, 2014 11:11 PM
A trend with companies with Android products has been to take stock pre-installed apps and add them to the Play Store. This allows for quick updates, especially for urgent issues, without having to wait on full Android revisions; as evidenced by Android 4.4.3, that can be a really long wait. Google itself has to jump on the bandwagon as well, of course, so it has taken the stock Android Email app and added it to Google Play. To be clear, this is not Gmail (though you can add Gmail accounts) -- it's the other app, which has always received a very limited amount of love from the Mountain ...
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