Right Inbox allows Gmail users to schedule when an e-mail will be sent, ensuring your e-mail is received exactly when you want it to be.
A customer of Canada's Shoppers Drug Mart wonders why he is getting someone else's mail from the pharmacy. He asks whether it might have been intended for someone from the future. He receives a reply that stops him dead.
The social network's invitation to "learn about a new product" closely trails its release of hash tags and comes just days after the discovery of code that hints at a Facebook RSS reader.
Wake up each morning with the day's agenda in your in-box.
Apple may not have a 7-inch version of the iPad available, but a newly unearthed piece of evidence shows the company's top brass was into the idea.
Microsoft's new Outlook.com e-mail offers a number of ways to keep your inbox neat and tidy. CNET walks you through five ways to manage your e-mail.
Tired of being swamped with notifications about your notifications? Turn them off!
Right Inbox has added a new feature to its existing Gmail browser extension that allows you to track when an e-mail is opened.
Media organizations attempt to use any technological means possible to bring you details of e-mails Sarah Palin wrote years ago. Overkill, perhaps?
Dropbox is a powerful collaborative file-sharing tool, but it doesn't have a native e-mail tool. There's a fairly simple workaround that lets you share files from devices without Dropbox and lets others send files directly to your shared folders. Learn how to do it in this blog post by Rob Lightner.