Newton Mail was shutdown months ago. It's making a comeback today, weeks after getting acquired by Essential.
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Mozilla is finally putting the hammer down on automatically playing audio and video.
Instagram plans to soon let you unify all your accounts into a single, primary account for easier login,
Microsoft expands its partnership with TomTom, will get access to TomTom's maps data for Azure and Bing Maps.
Back in September, I began examining alternatives to Google Inbox, which is being retired at the end of March.
Apple bans Google from distributing internal iOS apps after the company violates its ToCs.
Facebook's Research app that paid teens in exchange for their data gets its internal apps banned by Apple.
Apple took aggressive steps to counter Facebook privacy abuses on iOS. We should collectively cheer these actions. Right?
Facebook is planning to integrate Instagram, WhatsApp, and Messenger's messaging system into a combined system.
The big new Outlook for iOS redesign is now rolling out to all users.
In a bid to calm the fears of Inbox users, Google today announced a major user experience update for Gmail on Android and iOS.
Snapchat reportedly discussing plans of implementing public snaps as it looks to open up the platform.
Microsoft's To-Do service is getting much-requested support for file attachments.
The core Office 365 applications will use OneDrive as your default Save location, starting with a set of February updates.
Microsoft's Bing search engine gets blocked by the Chinese government.
Like some of you, I have many paper-based photos that need to be digitized. It’s a daunting, thankless task.
Twitter's new Original Tweeter tag helps you avoid all the fake Elon Musks.
WhatsApp now limits the number of users/groups you can forward a message to at a time.
Spotify might soon let you block music from an artist throughout the streaming service.
Google’s antitrust woes in the EU keep racking up: The firm will now face a third charge there, related to AdSense.
Twitter's Android app is getting the ability to switch to a reverse chronological timeline.
DuckDuckGo announced today that it has licensed Apple Maps for its map- and address-related search results on both mobile and desktop.
Free Windows 10 upgrades and longer PC refresh cycles have forced Microsoft to find other ways to further monetize its users.
YouTube makes it easier to discover new videos with new swiping gestures.
Google Fi is adding support for Rich Communications Services (RCS) and faster international 4G/LTE speeds.
Google announced this week that its ineffective ad blocker for Chrome will be distributed worldwide starting in July.
No, Samsung is not preinstalling an uninstallable Facebook app on some of its phones. And no, this is nothing to get excited over.