The social network announces its @facebook.com e-mail service is being tossed because nobody really uses it.
The service, which launched last October, allows anyone to send money by sending a simple e-mail. Now, it also allows users to request cash the same way.
Send your mail to the final frontier with stamps honoring the 50th anniversary of "Star Trek," as well as featuring our own planets, NASA's New Horizons mission and the moon.
Originally announced in April, Yahoo Mail's exit means that Chinese users must use another service, such as Alibaba's Alimail.
Lavabit owner Ladar Levison writes in a note to users that he would like to explain the reasons for the move but is prevented from doing so because "Congress has passed laws that say otherwise."
Free tool Tinkercad makes it a snap for first-timers to create 3D objects for printing.
First launched as an invite-only beta, Square Cash is now available to everyone. The free service lets anyone send and receive cash simply by sending an e-mail, no account required.
Newly unsealed court papers reveal the circumstances behind the sudden closure of the encrypted e-mail service said to have been used by NSA leaker Edward Snowden.
After a long struggle to lure people back to Yahoo Mail and its search engine, the trailblazing online service plans to spin off its core business, putting it in a position to be scooped up.
This intriguing, but extremely buggy, service lets you link multiple accounts for potentially unlimited storage for your files and music, all of it free of charge.