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UPDATED: In preview mode for the moment, WorkMail is available for free via a 30-day trial, covering up to 25 users.
How does an organisation like the NSW State Emergency Service (SES), powered primarily by volunteers, keep up with the immense demand? ZDNet Australia went behind the scenes with the SES to see how the organisation uses IT to race against the clock to save lives in an emergency.
The company's Simple Email Service will allow business users to send a set number of bulk emails for free
Amazon Web Services launched an email services so businesses can send bulk and transactional messages.
A currently spamvertised malware campaign is brand-jacking Amazon.com, in an attempt to trick end users into visiting a client-side exploits serving URL.
Amazon changes prices frequently. They go up and down constantly. Why not take advantage of this to make a deal? Know exactly when...
Students can now access free, fast two-day shipping for textbooks and other items through Amazon. All you need is a .edu email address.
This week's Malware Watch features four campaigns, spamvertised fake Amazon orders, followed by ZeuS crimeware serving email campaign using "Adobe Security Update" as a theme, Adult content themed "Watch Video" campaign, and the "sexiest video ever" rogue Facebook application.
Amazon Web Services rolled out a beta of the Simple Notification Service (SNS), which is designed to set up and deliver notifications like push email and other protocols.
Palm webOS 1.2 released; LinkedIn syncing, email filtering, Amazon downloads, and faster transitions
Palm users will get an update in the next few days for webOS version 1.2.
There have been blog subscription offerings on the Amazon Kindle since its launch a couple years ago, but the offerings were quite limited. I just received the following email for the new self-publishing tool, Kindle Publishing for Blogs Beta, that allows bloggers to get their blog onto the Kindle Store. I submitted my ZDNet blogs a long time ago and my submissions seemed to disappear into a black hole. Hopefully this program works better for bloggers looking to get onto the Kindle.
While I have the new Amazon Kindle 2, see my review, I also still own the Sony Reader PRS-505. I just received an email from the Sony eBook Store that informs me that over half a million free public domain books from Google will be supported by the Sony Reader PRS-505 and PRS-700 for free. I personally do enjoy reading the classics and many of these public domain books, but with my limited time to read I prefer newer books that I can get for a lower price on the Amazon ebook store.
Responding to an email about the inability to use Firewire HD camcorders with the new MacBook and iMovie, Jobs (more likely one of his minions) replied:Actually, all of the new HD camcorders of the past few years use USB 2Edible Apple backs that up by noting that only 1 out of the top 10 camcorders on Amazon supports Firewire. While that may be true, there are a bunch of camcorders on the market that still have Firewire on them that won't work with the new MacBook.
Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Mary Jo Foley: Amazon launches pre-emptive strike against Microsoft’s planned cloud platform.
Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Mary Jo Foley: Windows Live team confirms Win7 to replace subsystems with servicesEd Bott: How to set up a new PC in one easy sessionLarry Dignan: Amazon adds Oracle support to EC2 Video: Oracle unveils BeehiveOliver Marks: Oracle's Beehive: integrated large scale, secure collaborationMichael Krigsman: Oracle collaborates with BeehiveSam Diaz: Oracle OpenWorld: Looking for some excitement.
The internet is all a buzz about the Amazon Kindle that was just officially announced. The Amazon Kindle product page is live and you can place your order now for this US$399 ebook reader. As I scrolled down through the product page I couldn't help but start adding up how high the monthly fees for this thing could possibly be. There are monthly subscriptions for newspapers from US$9.99 to US$14.99, magazines at US$1.99 and US$2.99, blogs (yes free blogs) for US$0.99 each per month, and Word document and photo email attachment support for US$0.10 each. I think the device hardware is a bit steep to start with, but you could easily be paying a monthly subscription cost that dwarfs the hardware cost over a rather short period of time.
Amazon launched its widget program so associates can add them to Web pages and collect referral fees.In an email to Amazon Associates Friday, folks that collect a referral fee for sending sales Amazon's way, the company outlined widgets.
The much-anticipated BlackBerry 8820, which has some improved email capabilities over its immediate 8800 ancestor, is now available on Amazon for $199.Of course you need a new AT&T Mobility two-year contract, and two to four weeks of patience.
One reason I continue to carry a device other than my iPhone is for ebook reading while commuting and traveling. Kevin Tofel posted some thoughts on reading ebooks on the iPhone using Amazon Upgrade that then prompted me to email myself a PDF version of a book. The PDF version is viewable, but emailing PDF ebooks to yourself is not the optimal solution either. I prefer to read Mobipocket formatted books, but I couldn't find any way to print these books to PDF. Another possible way to read ebooks was brought up by Mike Cane and referenced The Open Library collection that is still in beta/demo mode.
The QuickCam Sphere is a competent Webcam with useful pan and tilt capability and a built-in microphone. However, its face tracking functionality is frankly disappointing.
Amazon told its customers that "Ginger" wont' be available in the near future. Still, the two-wheeled device remains in first gear commercially.