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Cyanogen Inc nails down its own email app for its commercial OS through a new partnership with Boxer. The new app will arrive in the forthcoming Cyanogen OS 12.
Issues with OS X Mavericks and email continue, whether it's Apple Mail's IMAP syncing or Microsoft Outlook. However, sites report workarounds for Outlook messages.
GPG Mail from GPGTools protects your email from prying eyes by using public key encryption via OpenPGP. It's by far the simplest and easiest way to encrypt email (and files) on the Mac.
UPDATE: The third-party email client for Apple's two OS platforms is on its way to join the Gmail team.
RIM's latest OS for the PlayBook brings built-in email and calendar features to the device.
WISeID Personal Cloud HD for iPhones and iPods Touch provides convenient, easy to use, encrypted storage for your data (passwords,...
This PlayBook OS 2.0 delay means that RIM's tablet customers still lack integrated email and calendar.
Dell will make handsets based on Baidu's upcoming Baidu Yi mobile OS, which is based on Android but replaces Google's web services with its own search, email and maps
The Cisco Business Class Email (BCE) application helps encrypt your email and provides enhanced security features. To use the BCE application...
From word processing software to e-mail clients and cloud-sync programs, ZDNet Asia rounds up some popular tools for employees to level up at the workplace.
This welcome update brings Microsoft's Small Business Server into line with the rest of the Windows Server family, while also simplifying management and enhancing remote access. It's far from cheap, however, and smaller companies may be better off evaluating the Essentials version.
The Bold 9780's key new feature is OS 6, as many of its specifications are unchanged from the 9700 model. We'd have preferred a faster processor, but the ever-excellent mini-keyboard should be a winner for mobile email fans.
Oracle is sticking to its SPARC platform commitment by announcing a SPARC Solaris-based model of its cloud-in-a-box Exalogic Elastic cloud system.
Microsoft's Mobile OS Maze, YouTube's video editing tool and the FCC's next step toward a national broadband plan are among today's top headlines. Get the rolling posts by RSS, or email.
A new bug/security hole has been discovered in iPhone OS 3.0 where email messages that have been deleted from the device are still visible via a Spotlight search.
Google is pretty well integrated into the iPhone, but one area where the Android OS has stood above this integration is with push Gmail. That has changed today with the launch of GPush (iTunes link), a Gmail push application for the iPhone available now for 99 cents. You can setup how you wish to be notified of your incoming Gmail, including through vibration, ringing or GPush icon display of unread messages. You will also receive a preview of incoming email with the sender's name and subject heading.
Since I've been using the heck out of Google Gears to access my offline documents/email while I'm on vacation and largely Internet-less (and yes, it is terrible, but at least the sunsets are nice here), here's a repost of an article about Google Gears:Every day, I look for ways to make the OS less relevant and make kids’ work accessible to them anytime, anywhere. I can’t do this just yet for my secretaries and some serious power users.
Come on now people, let the Palm OS apps go and move on to the future of mobile technology. I received an email notifying me that MobiHand and MotionApps announced the grand opening of the MobiHand Classic App Store that is dedicated to offering those ancient Palm OS apps to run in the MotionApps Classic Palm OS emulator. It seems a bit sad that there are still so few apps for the WebOS and Palm Pre while the Classic Palm OS emulator has to be promoted as the place to get applications.
Last week fellow ZDNet blogger Dancho Danchev posted a piece about a new email worm that has been discovered for Mac OS X called OSX/Tored-A.Most of the examples of Mac malware that have surfaced recently (like OSX.
In an email blast to registered iPhone developers this afternoon, Apple warned developers to test their apps with iPhone OS 3.0 beta 5 right away.
A newly discovered email worm dubbed OSX/Tored-A once again puts the spotlight on the potential worm-ability, and malware spreading tactics targeting Apple's OS X.
Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Matthew Miller: Welcome Palm Web OS, now what happens with Palm OS 5 applications?
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