Email

Do you ever wish you could have a chance to un-send that embarrassing email? Well, now you can with unSend.it

This post brought to you by Unsend It, LLC. The content and opinions expressed below are that of The Gadgeteer. Have you ever pressed the send key and immediately shrieked when you realized that you had “replied all” with your snarky email instead of to just that one person you meant to select?  Or have …

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Microsoft revamps Hotmail as Outlook

According to comScore figures, Hotmail from Microsoft was still the leading online email system as of June, with around 324 million users or about 36% of the global market.  However, they have been losing market share, primarily to Google’s Gmail.  Hotmail was launched in 1996, and there hasn’t been a lot of work done on it since then. …

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Fluent Gmail

Fluent is a project being worked on by 3 Australian (Aussie..Aussie..Aussie..oi…oi..oi) ex-Google employees. Gmail content is presented in a web-based work-flow oriented stream rather than your traditional inbox format, which allows you to access items more quickly and efficiently. Ease of browsing attachments and searching is also addressed, as well as various other features. You …

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Peek 9 Mobile Messaging Device Review

This review is the culmination of a 2 year saga I’ve experienced with a potentially game changing product called Peek.  It offers unlimited email and text messaging using an always on cellular network for between $10 and $20 per month with no contract.  Unfortunately, the whole operation may go down in flames because of a total network …

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Why the Peek 9

The makers of the Peek Pronto have introduced a new device; the Peek 9. Great! What is it? Is it a phone? A scientific calculator? A digital dictionary? I got it, it’s an Electronic Foreign Language Translator! Actually it is none of those things. It is an Email Device. It probably should be some or …

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Email your Grandma, even if she doesn’t have a computer

Do you sometimes wish that you could email the latest family news and pictures to Grandma or Grandpa, but can’t because they don’t have a computer? Sunnygram offers an email service to connect to these “unplugged” people in your life. With Sunnygram, you assign an email address to a non-emailer (such as Grandma@sunnygram.com), and then …

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I’m Floating in the Clouds Now with GMail for Domains

I finally did it. I have untethered myself from my server based email. It’s something I had been thinking about for a very long time, but just never pulled the trigger. Two weeks ago The Gadgeteer server had a hiccup that made everything inaccessible for the better part of a day. That experience of being …

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MailStation Review

The MailStation is a single purpose portable Email appliance. It’s marketed towards people that do not want a computer but just need a way to send and receive email. Specs: Address Book stores up to 1000 contacts Stores approximately 400 typical E-Mail messages 3-6 weeks Battery Operation via 3-AA batteries Integrated 33.6 KBps Fax / …

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