"EMAIL" content on TweakTown - Page 1
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New email privacy bill actually sailed unanimously through Congress
The Email Privacy Act was just passed in the US House of Representatives unanimously and requires a warrant for old emails.
The inventor of email, Ray Tomlinson, has passed away
Ray Tomlinson, the man who invented email, has passed away.
Gmailify brings Gmail spam protection and more to Yahoo, Outlook email
Gmailify lets you link your Yahoo, Hotmail, or Outlook account to Gmail, complete with spam protection and other features.
Gmail Android notifications bug fix rolling out this week
Gmail sync issue on Android fix rolling out now, not through a patch.
Another group email fail, this one by Aussie supermarket Woolworths
Aussie supermarket Woolworths accidentally sends out customer details and over $1m US worth of vouchers over email.
The Google Gmail email service tops 900 million global users
Gmail getting closer to 1 billion users.
Confidential CC allows you to send 'self destructing' emails
Confidential CC is an Apple iOS application that allows you to send 'self destructing' emails and delete already-sent items.
Russian hackers reportedly 'accessed' Obama's unclassified email
US officials say Russian hackers read Obama's unclassified email.
Did you know that Steam chat now blocks most email addresses?
Did you know that Steam chat blocks emails sent from user to user? Here's some tests that we've conducted.
Hillary Clinton invites all to read her email
Come one, come all as Hillary Clinton invites you to read her emails.
Apple increases iCloud security with two-step verfication security
Apple has implemented a two-step verification process for iMessage and FaceTime applications as of today - hackers begone!
Chinese cyberattacks left Microsoft's Outlook vulnerable, reports say
Chinese authorities reportedly breached Microsoft's Outlook email service.
Australians warned of ISIS attack email scam
A fake ISIS scam email has been infecting Australian computer users.
Twitter implements their 'While You Were Away' feature
Twitter roll out their While You Were Away feature in a bid to help its users never miss the content they care about.
Email security becomes a priority after Sony Pictures breach
Companies are trying to learn from the SPE breach, increasing email security to prevent data breaches and theft, along with possible embarassment.
Mark Cuban warns that emails can become part of a data breach
Mark Cuban says emails could be part of tomorrow's big data breach, while also promoting his Cyber Dust service.
Insider emails show Sony's plans for a Jump Street/MIB collaboration
Jonah Hill want Jump Street to collaborate with Men in Black - Sony agree.
More than 6 million email accounts exposed during past quarter
Cybersecurity is an ongoing issue, and there were more than 6 million email addresses exposed in the last three months.
3DHead CEO's exclusive interview rebutting Reddit user claims
3DHead's billionaire CEO Alki David provides TweakTown with an exclusive interview and statements regarding his VR Project, self dubbed the "Oculus Killer"
Gmail 5.0 for Android will allow support for Outlook and Yahoo
Google's upcoming Gmail 5.0 for Android fill feature a new look, as well as support for Outlook and Yahoo.
Google says don't worry about list of 5M Gmail usernames, passwords
A list of 5 million Gmail usernames and passwords was published online, but Google said don't worry, its servers were not breached.
Microsoft snubs order, will not turn over overseas emails
After previously being accused of giving up customer information, Microsoft ready to battle judge's order to provide data stored overseas.
Yahoo to offer end-to-end email encryption for users by next year
Yahoo plans to offer users of its email service end-to-end encryption early next year using PGP.
Gmail moves unsubscribe links to the top of emails
Gmail gets tweaked to put links to get off mailing lists at the top of emails.
US Marshals bitcoin auction list targeted by spammers after leak
A small number of email addresses discovered on the US Marshals bitcoin auction list are now the targets of rather clever phishing attacks.
In May, spammers found success sending education-related emails
Spammers routinely change their tactics, finding new methods to compromise users and steal personal information, passwords, and credentials.
Email attachment founder turned down "domineering" Steve Jobs for work
The man behind the email attachment, Nathaniel Borenstein, admitted he once turned down Steve Jobs over a clash of personalities.
Gmail for Android updated to allow saving of attachments to Drive
Google updates its Gmail for Android client to allow users to save their attachments directly to Google Drive in an effort to make life easier.
Apple is working on a fix for iOS 7 email issue
Apple says that it is aware of the flaw in iOS email for some devices and it is working on a fix, there is no word when that fix will land.
Snowden: NSA can read your emails just by searching your address
Do you send e-mails? The NSA can track your entire digital life by just searching your address.
Yahoo Mail just got a makeover that should make Gmail jealous
Yahoo has updated it's email cross platform with a new sleek and refined transparent look that is nothing short of breathtaking.
Google's Gmail service experiencing outages, said to be fixed soon
Google says Gmail has been having technical issues for most of the day and they have engineers working to resolve the issues.
Baydin's Boomerang finally makes its way to Gmail for Android
Everyone's favorite email delaying service, Boomerang for Gmail, has finally made its way to Android!
Google updates Gmail with previously rumored categories
Gmail's UI gets updated, now features sorting tabs to help simplify e-mail.
Yahoo teams up with Dropbox to allow larger file attachments in e-mail
Yahoo teams up with Dropbox to remove restricting email attachment file size limits.
Google's pushes in Gmail's new compose experience
Gmail users? You might have noticed the new compose option has gone live.
60 seconds on the Internet sees 640TB of data transferred, over 204 million e-mails sent
640TB of data transferred every 60 seconds on the Internet, over 204 million e-mails sent in the sam.
Apple censoring iCloud emails that contain phrase 'barely legal teens'
Apple censoring iCloud e-mails that contain the phrase "barely legal teens"
Google Drive integration gets amped up to 10GB attachments (or links) through Gmail
Google adds Drive integration to new Gmail composer - amps up to 10GB attachments through Drive link.
Google now lets Gmail search for text inside attachments - oh the joy!
Gmail now lets you search for text within attachments.
GoDaddy hacked, sites down as result, Anonymous takes credit
Anonymous member takes credit for GoDaddy outage, GoDaddy hasn't confirmed anything besides outage.
Google searches to include Gmail emails in exclusive 'field trial'
Google updates search to include user's Gmail email in exclusive 'field trial'
More fire for iPad mini rumors: Mr. Jobs 'very receptive' to 7" screen
An internal e-mail released during Apple V Samsung shows that Jobs was receptive to 7" iPad.
Google to expand its Finland-based datacenter, looking to spend another $184 million
Google to spend $184 million expanding their Hamina Datacenter.
Microsoft's Outlook.com email service sees 1 million users in 6 hours
Microsoft's Outlook.com sees 1 million users sign up in the first 6 hours.
Microsoft launches Outlook.com, a new email service with unlimited storage, limited ads, and Skype integration
Microsoft launches a new email service called Outlook.com, a complete change from Hotmail.
Google wins $35 million US government contract, beats out Microsoft
Google has won a $35 million Department of the Interior contract for cloud-based e-mail.
Gmail now automatically converts foreign language email to user's own language
Google Gmail receives a few promotions from Google Labs. Now translates foreign lang. email.
Google updates Gmail for Honeycomb tablets, sprinkles some ICS style on top
Google updates Gmail for Honeycomb-based tablets, now offers some of the benefits of the ICS version.