Australia has rolled out a new kind of stamp with a QR code that lets you record a personal video message to send with your package.
iOS 7 finally brings the ability to view the time stamps of individual messages. Woohoo!
Denmark is launching SMS stamps next month, with Sweden to follow. Germany has a similar system, but the text-message codes cost more than normal stamps.
Concern over "content mills" that can flood the Web with cheap blog posts and videos has led one trade group to suggest that there should be guidelines to keep these companies in check.
Scandinavian posties are using mobile phones to lick the problem of buying stamps, with postage paid via text message.
The new Smilers app takes your photos and turns them into stamps, sent to you in sheets of 10 or 20 with a range of themes. Don't worry royalists -- the Queen's head is safe.
Specs are nothing to brag about, but that's not the point.
The European Union governing body says the combination of the two companies would not unfairly stifle competition.