For those instances when dictating a reply to a text or Hangouts message to your watch isn't possible.
Microsoft spiffs up Outlook.com with more advanced rules, new undo options, and in-line reply functionality.
A Toronto mechanic is desperate for a little marijuana to ease him through the day. The police, however, see his tweet. He loses his job.
The microblogging site's new feature lets users decide whether to see the back-and-forth conversations of the musicians, actors, athletes, and brands they follow.
The start-up supports in-stream commerce on the social network, which means you can type "buy" to purchase something from a Facebook update.
Sending e-mail on the go may have gotten a bit faster thanks to an updated Gmail for Android.
A recruitment executive sends a candidate an e-mail telling him to "f*** off." Sadly, he also sends it to the 4,000 people the candidate had e-mailed in search of work.
The GmailWiz extension adds four buttons that let you reply with custom automated responses.
A free Outlook add-on generates an alert whenever you're about to reply to all the recipients of a message; alternatively, you can hide the Reply All button or delay all the messages you send. Gmail users can undo the send if they catch the mistake within 30 seconds.
Some e-mails deserve a certain kind of reply. Let the Semi-Automatic Gmail Assistant step in and respond with a short, simple, and to-the-point message.