Google has been testing AMP-powered emails in Gmail for some time, and it looks like it’s about ready to roll out to everyone. By utilizing AMP for emails, Google wants to enable you to do more with emails, including things like RSVPing for events and managing your calendar, all without ever actually leaving your inbox. […]
Come comment on this article: Dynamic Email in Gmail set to roll out to everyone in early July
Google Inbox is dead, and if you were one of the users to get prematurely forced out of the service, you might still be searching for a replacement. There are a ton of suitable email clients on Android, including Gmail itself, but you might be itching for something a little more powerful than Gmail. Spark […]
Come comment on this article: Spark Email launches on Android just in time to replace Google Inbox
Email was one of the first methods of digital communication that allowed groups of people to talk, collaborate, or share. It was (and still is) an incredibly important part of the business world, but on the consumer side things have shifted more towards quicker means of communication like SMS and digital message services. Despite email […]
Come comment on this article: Newton supercharges your email inboxes with finesse
So, you stream your gameplays and recently received a lucrative sponsorship offer via email from popular esports platform Team Razer. Exciting, right? Unfortunately, it's nothing but a scam — that email is actually from a cyber criminal and not a "s…
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Untethering humans from the displays on smartphones, tablets and computers could well be the biggest impact of augmented reality technology like Hololens, and access to Outlook Mail and Calendar apps is one of the first steps in that direction.
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Google’s Smart Reply, a new feature rolling out to Inbox on Android and iOS, uses artificial intelligence to generate possible responses to email messages. It’s surprisingly perceptive.
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