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The online expression of romance is running apace and amok. Especially among men. At least according to one study.
The greeting card company is now using an anti-phishing standard known as DMARC to help block fake e-mails.
Apple may have discontinued its Cards app, but there are other ways to turn your snapshots into printed, stamped, and mailed greetings.
A recent relaunch of the online video creation service makes it faster to turn photos and movie clips into polished themed videos for free in four steps.
After exploding on to the political scene in 2004 with its animated videos, the JibJab brothers are trying out more family-friendly fare.
Official-looking holiday e-greeting downloads Zeus malware, and secretly downloads PDFs and Microsoft Word and Excel documents to a server in Belarus.
We're baaaa-aaack! And slap-happy after the break. We ask: who will make the next Kindle? Will Apple have some sort of snorefest in NYC? Why do we miss Kodak already? Are Acer and Lenovo Wintel-crazed? And are RIM's co-chairmen getting the boot?
Knock Knock, which makes humorous paper products, offers up an analog version of everyone's favorite microblogging service.
Rattlebox calls itself a place for 'e-cards that don't suck.' Does that adage hold true?
Kaltura's new Facebook app lets you create video e-cards to co-author and send to friends. If a picture says a thousand words, a Facebook video greeting says a million!