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Cannonball email client comes to iPhone

Previously for iPad only, this smart mail-manager automatically separates the wheat from the chaff.

By July 22, 2014

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Tweetz is a tiny Twitter client for Windows

If you're looking for a simple desktop app for reading and sharing things on Twitter, Tweetz is the right app for you.

By June 13, 2014

Review

Mailbox (iOS)

If you want an uncluttered, low-maintenance e-mail client that will help keep your inbox organized and empty, Mailbox is the app for you.

February 8, 2013

4 stars Editors' rating February 8, 2013

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Get eM Client 6 Pro for $29.95

This excellent Microsoft Outlook alternative can be yours for $20 off the regular price.

By March 28, 2014

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Shoo, IE7: To escape aging browser, jobs site buys its clients new PCs

NursingJobs concludes that it's cheaper to purchase new computers for its customers than to keep supporting Microsoft's 2006-era browser.

By January 29, 2014

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Get e-mail manager eM Client 6 (Win) for free

The latest version of this Outlook alternative offers robust mail and information management. Also: more thoughts on 1Sale.

By January 21, 2014

Review

Boxie

Boxie not only looks nice, but adds features the official Dropbox app doesn't offer, making it the one Dropbox app to use.

January 14, 2014

3.5 stars Editors' rating January 14, 2014

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Is Cannonball the best iPad e-mail client yet?

It might just be. This clever app automatically filters out the newsletters, daily deals, and other unimportant stuff, but keeps it grouped and available.

By December 4, 2013

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Lavabit to reopen briefly to allow former clients to retrieve data

Encrypted e-mail service linked to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden will allow former clients access to their e-mail archives and personal account data.

By October 14, 2013

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Lawyer brilliantly bites township trying to shut his client's site

Sometimes, cease-and-desist letters are mere morsels of intimidation, their legal grounds swamps. One lawyer decided that the accuser, West Orange, N.J., itself needed to shut up and go away. His letter smacks of literary genius.

By June 19, 2013