OWA for iPhone and iPad are mobile apps that offer the same email, calendar and contact functionality as the Outlook Web App in a browser but with additional features only possible in native apps. But they're only for Office 365 users.
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Dell has released an Android app that lets users print to network-connected Dell printers, giving the manufacturer a rival to similar cloud-based services from the likes of HP.The company announced the Dell Mobile Print app on Thursday, explaining that it can print directly from other productivity, email, browser, photo and PDF apps.
The Systems Administrators Guild of Australia (SAGE-AU) has released a fiery statement defending the systems administrator role against a claim that almost half of all IT email administrators and IT managers look at their managers' emails regularly.
The update to Mozilla's email software, built on the Gecko 8 browser engine, comes with the long-awaited Lightning calendar add-on that brings it into closer rivalry with Outlook
The Indian government is insisting that it must be able to intercept corporate email messages, something which Research in Motion says it cannot provide. The stand-off continues.
The long and often highly publicised history of Australian independent-hosted email company FastMail.FM has come to an end with an acquisition by Norway-based browser firm Opera.
Norwegian browser company acquires Australian web-mail provider to enable the delivery of a consistent email service across multiple platforms
Thunderbird 3, an update to the email software Mozilla hopes will give it some of the advantages its Firefox browser has enjoyed, is due to arrive in near-final form next week.
Your new mobile phone's got everything you need: email, address book, calendar and web browser. You can even Twitter what you are doing right this second...like getting a ticket for using your device while driving.
Forrester has published a set of workplace benchmarks that reveal what workers generally need---and don't. The big takeaway: Workers have too much technology and software licenses when they'd really be happy with just a browser, email and a few handy social networking tools.
Google Wave, the all-in-one browser-based communications technology, looks like it could revolutionise communications. The company's clearly thought about what needs to be done to bring the whole mish-mash of email, IM, and other daily comms systems under a single roof.
If your company wants to run its email in-house and finds Microsoft's Exchange too unwieldy and too expensive, Ipswitch's IMail Server Premium is a bargain.
Brendan Eich, CTO of Mozilla, says that people are communicating differently using less email and more text messaging. As Firefox evolves, he plans to build whatever features users need into the browser. Eich predicts that eventually email clients could be entirely consumed by the web.
My BlackBerry Curve is now my main T-Mobile phone and I find that the 3rd party application support is just what I need to get things done and be productive. Google sent me an email to let me know that the Google Mobile App for BlackBerry devices is now available for free by visiting m.google.com from your BlackBerry browser.
Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: First look at Google ChromeOne day after Google inadvertently discloses the impending release of Chrome, we get to see the browser first-hand.
Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Larry Dignan: Google to launch browser to target IE; Is Firefox a target or tag-team partner?
I had an interesting experience this morning. I had clicked on a link in an email and my default web browser dragged itself up into the RAM and starting running.
Google's wireless plans are coming into focus, but it will face a big hurdle: Convincing wireless carriers that it is a partner and not a foe.The Wall Street Journal reports today that Google is approaching numerous wireless carriers like T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless with prototype handsets embedded with its search engine, email and mobile browser.
Readers here know that I went back to an Apple iPhone and if you listen to MobileTechRoundup show #105 then you will hear if any other hosts on the show were swayed by the beautiful device. There were a couple of birthday notes on the show, including the ThinkPad computers. A new browser was released for the Nokia N800 and with the recent Skype update this Internet Tablet is getting more and more capable. A couple new devices are coming soon, including the HTC Kaiser and BlackBerry 8820 that includes WiFi and UMA support. A listener submitted a great email and if you are looking for a great deal on a wireless data plan I highly encourage you to listen to what Jeff had to write in to us.
The Apple iPhone will be here at the end of June and I have to admit after watching the latest TV ads that the speed and coolness of the device has me lusting after the device. It seems there may be a solution to take the edge off of the iPhone desire for those of you in Europe with the surprise announcement by HTC (the world's leading provider of Windows Mobile-based devices) of their revolutionary HTC Touch device. The Touch uses their TouchFLO touch screen technology that allows you to sweep your finger (flick it) up the display to launch an animated, 3D interface comprised of Contacts, Media (photos, music, video), and Applications (email, web browser, etc) so that you can get nearly instantaneous access to your device. The HTC Touch is designed to maximize usability without requiring the consumer to manipulate the standard Windows Mobile interface which can be a bit daunting at times for new users who are mobile enthusiasts like us.