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This intriguing new service, currently rolling out in San Francisco, collects your physical mail, then opens, scans, and delivers it via app or browser.
Dropbox wants to replace your hard drive, and its first step is making it easier to find and save files without touching your file system.
Want to get reminders to answer an e-mail later without adding it to your calendar? Need to make sure someone follows up with your e-mail questions? This app can help you streamline the process between your desktop and Android device.
Google Drive users can now save files directly from Web sites using the "Save to Drive" button.
You can unsend Twitter DMs -- even the ones you've received. Here's how.
Google's latest feature for its iPhone and Android Gmail.com experience introduces an outbox for quickly viewing the outbound message queue when you're offline.
There are a few reported problems with Apple's Mail program that are affecting users, one of these being that mail cannot be sent. In some instances the program will display authentication or connection problems, but in other cases the outgoing mail will
Fine-tune your mail archive, customize follow-up reminders, attach a file to a new message in a jiffy, create a custom spell-check dictionary, hide when minimized, and switch quickly to another Office app.
That mysterious phantom data problem affecting some Windows Phone 7 users is now being tied to Yahoo's mail servers sending chubby code over the air.
In PlayStation news this week, the PS3 may be jailbreakable via USB dongle, until Sony breaks down your door and takes your PS3 straight out the door. Also, touch-controls on the back of the PSP may be nigh, we show you the 53 steps it takes to turn off Facebook Places, and Apple tries to climb in your window and snatch your jailbroken iOS device up. See you all in a week!