Around 76,000 users of Mozilla's developer network have had their email addresses posted to a publicly accessible server, with 4,000 users also having their salted and hashed passwords revealed as well.
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Amazon has some inventive features in its Fire smartphone, but the company needs developers to gravitate the Dynamic Perspective and Firefly SDKs.
Thunderbird's 20 million users will in future only get security updates from Mozilla, apparently because people are switching to other messaging technologies and aren't bothered with further email innovation
Big Blue's social enterprise vision, which includes collaboration and cloud offerings, to bring new prospects and boost standing of legacy products such as Notes, analysts say.
Expanding presence in Asia-Pacific market and articulating tablet strategy with stronger apps ecosystem among five areas new CEO should focus on to put BlackBerry maker back on road to recovery.
Most file sharing in businesses is done through email, which clogs up your mail server and multiplies versions of files confusingly. SharePoint is a runaway success, but there are plenty of alternatives that don't require you to run your own servers (or find ways of making them available to external partners).
You too can be a success at building and selling mobile apps. Read Gregory Kennedy's advice on how to develop a successful app and turn that success into a career.
Optimization of mobile e-mail needed with rise of smartphones and tablets but quality lacking because developers' knowledge lacking and functionalities not integrated, observers note.
Earlier this week, local papers reported that access to information--on bus arrival times--used in Singapore third-party mobile apps had been cut off by the country's primary bus operator, SBS Transit. Over 10 of such apps including SG Buses, SG NextBus and ShowNearby, with a user base of 1 million, had relied on SBS Transit's Intelligence Route Information System (Iris) to provide the data.
The BlackBerry PlayBook will launch without a native email application - arguably the key feature to BlackBerry's success.
Local start-up Noosbox is hoping its selection in the Startmate entrepreneur program will boost the success of its email-sharing application — an idea borne out of frustrations in helping solve customer problems.
Steve Jobs taking his second medical leave of absence from Apple -- announced yesterday via an email -- led to a temporary slump in the stock price, because it raised doubts about the company's future. Every investor knows that Apple has been an unprecedented success with Jobs at the helm, and a busted flush without him.
The MPSA is an independent international organization that seeks to develop Managed Print Services (MPS) within the industry through Communications, Collaboration, Education, and Best Practices, which results in members achieving success and profitable business growth.
Developers making apps for low-end phones need not sacrifice functionality or engagement, and should emulate aspects of smartphone success cases, say experts.
Finnish phone maker says services play is key to its retention of market leadership; unveils new low-end connected device equipped with social messaging functions.
Company's slew of enterprise-friendly low-end and midmarket smartphones underscores its bets on the small and midsize segment in the Asia-Pacific region.
According to developer Kerio Technologies, its small business MailServer product does a lot more than just email. It’s also big on collaboration, connecting together colleagues and business partners to share information and develop new ideas, whether in the office, on the road or at home.
Phone giant plans to focus on e-mail offerings to recapture smartphone segment from the likes of Apple and RIM by next year, says top exec.
Waltham, Mass.-based defense contractor Raytheon said on Tuesday that it has agreed to acquire Cambridge, Mass.-based BBN Technologies, known for having developed ARPANET, forerunner to the Internet, and e-mail.
There is quite a bit of discussion about Google Wave, and how it's potential for success is severely diminished by complexity. True, the concept behind the entire solution is more difficult to grasp than email, but I wouldn't count Google out yet.