Ever wondered if people read your email? Tried the reply requested? Wondered if they were lying to you when they said "Yes, we read your note?" Well services like EmailOracle want to end that mystery.
The US Patent and Trademark Office has approved a patent that Apple filed in 2008, which gives Apple unique rights to a system that prevents users from sending or receiving “objectionable” text messages. Will Jobs and Apple really put an end to unauthorized texts?
Considering that the Internet is been available to the general public for less than 20 years, it is amazing to see the number of sites that have sprung up to explore the history of the Internet. From webpages to videos you can go back in time on the net.
There’s no two ways about it: emailing while driving is extremely dangerous. But for many people, going off the grid for the duration of a long drive is more alone time than they can handle.
While there have been many good reasons to switch to Gmail, there has also been one big negative. That challenging feature has been Google's insistence on threading messages into conversations. As Google said in a recent blog posting, "Conversation view is perhaps Gmail’s most hotly debated feature."
Google Instant fills in potential responses as you type them into the Google search bar - potentially saving you hours of typing time over your life. However, some words will not give you instant gratification.
Ask a kid what they want to be when they grow up and you are likely to hear doctor, fireman, nurse, veterinarian. But what they should be saying is social media manager, risk management specialist or cybrarian.
Feeling secure on Facebook? Well a recent report from AVG warns users against social networking sites and the potential for pages that compromise security and "friends" who may status jack your reputation.
Can you go social media cold turkey? Can you go offline for a week? A US college has been testing out the theory on their students and teachers.
While companies can put in place a myriad of technology to assist with security, people remain the biggest risk and Google acknowledged that two employees have been terminated after being caught spying on user e-mails and chats.
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