Microsoft has fired the latest salvo in a case to keep US agents from having access to customer data stored overseas.
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Google's new Inbox email platform could get an 'undo send' feature, according to its development team, which is also working on opening the service to tablet support, and a mix of browsers.
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.
Livescribe, the smartpen company, has launched Sky, a Wi-Fi version that stores files in the cloud. It's incompatible with the current Echo system, but as Livescribe's Byron Connell explains, the company's new strategy is aimed at Evernote and tablet users.
The Galaxy Note II tablet runs Android Jelly Bean 4.1 on a 1.6GHz quad-core processor, and its S Pen stylus can now be used for new actions such as bringing up email previews.
This affordable utility provides an easier way to compress and email large files, and integrates well with Microsoft Office applications.
By 2016, at least 50 percent of business email users will rely primarily on a tablet or mobile client instead of a traditional desktop.
The Zamzar website, which converts files between formats, has launched a new service: it will now convert files submitted by email. This could be particular useful to smartphone users who are often emailed files that their device is unable to display.
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).
Wikileaks has released dozens of new documents highlighting the state of the once covert, but now lucrative private sector global surveillance industry.
Knowing what Microsoft cares about, I worked out what had killed Courier a few months ago and I was fascinated to see it confirmed by Cnet's story about the secret history of the project.Chatting about a (completely different, non-Microsoft) single-purpose business tablet device, one of the developers bemoaned the way users of their prototype loved the way it did the one thing it did so well - and then asked if they could read their email on it.
Maybe Courier would have been huge. Then again Courier could have been like RIM's PlayBook---a tablet that has potential but demands native email.
This PlayBook OS 2.0 delay means that RIM's tablet customers still lack integrated email and calendar.
Good Technology, best known for its enterprise push email software, is rolling out a mobile software development platform for Apple's iOS to enable more enterprise-grade tablet apps.
For files too sensitive to be stored in the cloud, transferred by email or backed up on USB flash drives, the iTwin offers a handy and easy-to-use secured wireless bridge between two computers.
RIM showed off what consumers see as the missing pieces for the PlayBook at its BlackBerry World conference today; email that's not in a Web page or coming over Bridge from a BlackBerry and BlackBerry apps (and indeed Android apps) running on the tablet. Both of those run in what RIM calls 'players' - Java environments that run on QNX - and they're both still under development; the Android player doesn't support multi-tasking yet although that's the aim.
In the a video, RIM highlighted a BlackBerry Bridge to keep your PlayBook tablet from downloading email all day.
Xerox has announced new tools for those who want to print documents from their mobile phones or other email-enabled devices.The company's Mobile Print Solution (XMPS), which will become generally available in early 2011, will let people securely email their files, such as Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF files, to their firm's private server, from which XMPS will send a confirmation code back to the user.
The iPad is perfect for Web browsing, email checking, and reading while you're in bed, but give me the chance to make it my TV remote, and I may never want to get out from under the covers. And it looks like I may get my wish, as Comcast is preparing an iPad app that turns the tablet into a giant cable remote.
Apple-Adobe tiff continues, Microsoft's Courier tablet, more on iPhone-Gizmodo, as well as the HP-Palm deal, lead today's top headlines. Get the day's rolling posts via Twitter, RSS, or email.
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