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By DAVID SHAMAH In this age of e-mail, SMS and who knows what other communication wonder they'll come up with next, there are still people who use the "regular" - also known as "snail" - mail. Are these people Luddites, or what? And we're not talking about an insignificant tribe.
SAN MATEO, Calif., Aug. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- SpeedDate.com, the world's first online speed dating service, announced today that it has secured $6 million in Series B funding from Menlo Ventures.
By Swartz, Nikki Sydney, Australia's Powerhouse Museum is asking Australians to send it e-mails to be part of the country's first e-mail archive collection, according to ABC Online - Australia. The museum hopes the collection will serve as a sort of time capsule reflecting Australian life in 2008.
A wealthy San Francisco tech whiz says he wants to build a sustainable city in India that could eventually be home to 1 million people.
Q. I recently purchased a Motorola Razr V3 cell phone and would like to transfer photos from it to my computer, which runs Windows Vista. But when I connect my transfer cable between phone and computer, the PC doesn't recognize that the phone is there.
SAN DIEGO, July 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- In celebration of National Council of La Raza's (NCLR) 40th anniversary and its annual conference in San Diego, Microsoft Corp.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday it had no involvement in the case of a Chinese journalist charged with sending subversive e-mails abroad under a pseudonym using a Hotmail account.
Microsoft will introduce a search engine better than Google in six months in the United States and Britain followed by Europe, its European president said on Wednesday.
Yahoo Inc., which supplies more than 200 million e-mail accounts globally, said late on Monday it has improved the way people can search text, photos and documents inside e-mail.
Internet services company Yahoo Inc. (YHOO.O: Quote, Profile, Research) rolled out late on Tuesday a paid mobile download that provides Sprint subscribers with e-mail services similar to those available on personal computers.
- In medieval musical notation, a sign or neume denoting a shake or trill.