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For years, POP (Post Office Protocol) email has been a thorn in my side. Apple's email service uses the IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) protocol for email, as do many other email services. What's the big difference between POP and IMAP? Well, if you're connected to a POP account and delete...

November 18th 2013 at 4:00pm 0 Comments
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Sparrow announced late last week that it had been acquired by Google. In its announcement, the company said it will continue to make both the Mac and iOS versions of the Sparrow email client available and provide support for its customers. This means that iPhone owners can continue to use the c...

July 29th 2012 at 1:00pm 0 Comments
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The future of the Zune as a standalone media player is still a little in doubt, but its future of being able to send crucially important e-mails and, in return, get a boatload of spam is now fully assured. A free e-mail app has been added to the Zune Marketplace supporting Gmail, Windows Live Mail,...

April 2nd 2011 at 6:41pm 0 Comments
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Mister Tipster just loosed two new models into their dedicated RSS ticker lineup including a low-ender. You know, just in case the original Mister Tipster's 4 lines of black-on-green monochrome text was too, erm, swank for your needs. The $150 MT425 "Pro" and $100 MT410 "Basic" (pictured) models e...

June 11th 2007 at 9:01am 0 Comments
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Sprint-Nextel (the company that has one messaging problem after another) has introduced a new combined email client for several of its current phones. With Mobile Email, Sprint customers can access their AOL, Windows Live, and Yahoo! accounts from their handsets. Mobile Email will also be able to ad...

December 3rd 2006 at 11:30am 0 Comments
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Sony once considered adding e-mail as an official feature for upcoming versions of the PSP's firmware. Well, it looks like the homebrew community (as usual) has beaten Sony to the punch. "PSPoste is the first fully functional email application for the Sony PSP. It supports the SMTP and POP3 protocol...

October 9th 2006 at 7:25pm 0 Comments