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Email Extractor

Scan and extract e-mail addresses from selected folders.

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Tech can help the elderly...if they use it

A growing number of apps and devices are designed to help manage care of older patients, but the nagging reality is that they're going unused. At least for now.

By May 1, 2016


Uber prints 15,000 emails, stuffs them in sacks, delivers via horse and cart

Uber wasn't happy with recent changes to ridesharing laws in Australia. So it did what any multi-billion dollar Silicon Valley company would do.

By May 4, 2016


​10 tips every Kindle owner should know

Bet you didn't know your Kindle could do all these tricks.

By May 1, 2016


Australian businessman: I'm Satoshi Nakamoto, creator of Bitcoin

Craig Wright is trying to prove that he is the digital currency's long-elusive inventor known as Satoshi Nakamoto.

By May 2, 2016


Your emails: What do the color stripes mean on your tires?

Brian Cooley tells you why you might see various color lines on the wheels of your automobile.

By April 29, 2016


House unanimously passes bill requiring a warrant for email

The bill closes a loophole in a 30-year-old law that allowed law enforcement to subpoena companies for old customer emails.

By April 27, 2016


Your emails: What makes a car reliable?

Brian Cooley talks car reliability and dependability and which company makes the fewest lemons.

By April 28, 2016


Your emails: Is your car a future classic?

Brian Cooley offers some factors that make cars collectible.

By April 14, 2016


Red Dead Redemption 'a recurring nightmare' during development, Sam Houser says in 2009 email

The Rockstar co-founder says he was having major doubts about the game's quality just a few months before launch.

By April 12, 2016


These words make you sound rude in emails, or do they actually?

Commentary: Given email's lack of nuance, it's easy to come across as a f***ing jerk. Ironically, a lot of online advice tries to help. Rule No. 3? Don't swear.

By April 11, 2016