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2008-11-13 00:00:06

REDMOND, Wash., Nov. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Microsoft Corp. today announced the next generation of Windows Live, an integrated set of online services that make it easier and more fun for consumers to communicate and share with the people they care about most. The new generation of Windows Live includes updated experiences for photo sharing, e-mail, instant messaging, as well as integration with multiple third-party sites. The release also includes Windows Live Essentials, free...

2008-11-12 06:00:06

Microsoft has secured a search distribution deal with Sun Microsystems whereby Sun will distribute Microsoft's MSN Toolbar powered by Microsoft Live Search as part of its Java Runtime Environment. This will enable Internet Explorer users downloading Sun's JRE to download the MSN Toolbar and have access to Live Search features, Windows Live Hotmail, and Windows Live Messenger. Sun has similar deals with Google and Yahoo. Yusuf Mehdi, senior vice president of Microsoft's online audience...

2008-11-03 09:00:16

INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Inkubook (http://www.inkubook.com/) -- the fun, collaborative website where users of all abilities can turn digital photos and ideas into a professionally printed photo book (http://inkubook.com/getaddresses) -- has launched its new "address scraper" to make it even easier to invite your friends to help make a free photo book. "Nobody has memorized all of their friends' e-mail addresses -- you've stored them in your online address book," said Dave...

2008-10-15 12:00:16

Highlights / Key Facts Missing an important e-mail or social networking message can wreak havoc on your life. Whether it's an e-mail from your boss about a promotion or a party invite from your hot neighbor, missing a message can have serious repercussions. To prevent such a tragedy, the developers of Fuser.com, a free online inbox that lets users easily consolidate and manage their e-mail, Facebook, MySpace and Twitter communications in one secure place, have unveiled a new version at...

2008-10-14 12:00:13

The developers of Fuser.com, a free online inbox that lets users easily consolidate and manage their e-mail, Facebook, MySpace and Twitter communications in one secure place, today unveiled a new version at www.fuser.com. Driven by user feedback and market need, the updated version of Fuser.com offers users improved speed and performance, a re-designed user interface and more message management features to keep them connected to their online communications. Originally debuted in September...

2008-09-19 21:00:15

U.S. officials might not prosecute whoever hacked into Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin's personal e-mail account, an analysis indicates. The Electronic Frontier Foundation said the Alaska governor's e-mail account was hacked Thursday by someone posing as Palin to get a new password. A legal analysis by Kurt Opsahl indicates a court would likely consider the incident a violation of the Stored Communications Act, but federal authorities might be hamstrung. The U.S....

2008-09-16 09:00:18

Cloudmark, Inc., the global leader in messaging security, today announced the availability of Cloudmark(R) Desktop for Microsoft Windows Mail anti-spam software. The Cloudmark Desktop spam filter integrates seamlessly into the Windows Mail client, offering consumers and small businesses unsurpassed accuracy in filtering spam, phishing and viruses from e-mail inboxes. Microsoft Windows Mail is the e-mail and newsgroup client included in the Windows Vista operating system and is also the...

2008-09-13 18:00:10

AN economics expert is giving a free talk in Newcastle on Monday about the risks of giving away personal details on the internet. Paul Bernal, from the London School of Economics, is speaking at an event organised by Cafe Culture North East at the Urban Cafe in Dance City. Titled 'Giving Away Our Lives: Internet 2.0', it begins at 7pm and is free and open to all. Yesterday he warned that people give away the details of their lives without even knowing it, warning that search engines...

2008-09-11 15:00:15

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. Judging by the traffic on my local e-mail community list, "can anyone take a letter to the States for me" ranks just behind "looking for a lift to X" on the hit parade of favors people are always seeking....

2008-08-28 15:00:38

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. SpeedDate will use this funding to further grow its user base, expand operations, and enhance SpeedDate.com's functionality. "We are excited by the opportunity to accelerate our growth and build on our momentum," said Simon Tisminezky, CEO of SpeedDate.com. "We are focused on providing our users...