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  1. New free iPhone app will change the way you use email - watch the video if you don't believe usRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Boy Genius

    ... below, followed by a link to download the app from Apple's App Store. Of note, it currently only works with Gmail and Google Apps. HORIZONTAL TIMELINES See your email stretched out on a timeline and focus on just the day at hand (or at that pesky ...

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  2. This App Actually Makes Email Triage FunRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Refinery 29

    ... you can tap a corner to be taken there. Geronimo has a handful of other clever tricks that make it stand out from Gmail or your stock email app. Using the iPhone's built-in accelerometer and gyroscope, you can tilt your phone to navigate up and down ...

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  3. For iPhone and Apple Watch: Geronimo Reinvents Email with First to Market Gesture Based AppRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Digital Game Developer

    ... interact with mobile devices is just scratching the surface of the possibilities. . The first version is designed for Gmail users only while support for other IMAP providers will be added in future updates. Users can attach

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  4. China tightens noose on Internet as anti-censorship tools suddenly shutterRead the original story

    Yesterday | Washington Times

    ... the Web on Tuesday evening. "It's very upsetting because I find myself disconnected from the outside world, no Gmail and no Facebook," she said. Astrill's warning comes days after the developer of shadowsocks, an open source tool that similarly ...

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  5. Gmail to automatically add events to Google Calendar for business usersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Mashable

    Google Apps users, take notice: Gmail and Google Calendar will start working together, with Gmail automatically adding travel-related events to your schedule, the company announced Tuesday. Whenever an email that contains flight, hotel, restaurant, or any ticketed event information lands in your Gmail inbox, it will be automatically added to your Google Calendar, check-in times and flight numbers included.

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  6. VPN down: China goes after Astrill, other anti-censorship apps in run up to WW2 anniversary paradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | South China Morning Post

    ... told the South China Morning Post. "It's very upsetting because I find myself disconnected from the outside world, no Gmail and no Facebook, no information from the world." The crackdown on VPNs is the latest in a series of moves against ...

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  7. Digital DIY Part Two: A step-by-step guide to becoming an online consumerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 14 | Independent.ie

    ... automatically upload all your photos to Google Photos, which you can get into on a PC or tablet by simply using your Gmail log in. Flickr (app and online at flickr.com) is a good alternative. It gives you 1,000GB of free storage with no size limit. ...

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  8. I finally got so fed up with a bug in the iPhone's mail app that I...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Silicon Alley Insider

    ... had this really annoying bug that finally drove me to my breaking point this morning. Business Insider uses Google's Gmail for our work email, through the Google for Work program. For some reason, when some people fill out their titles in Gmail, the ...

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  9. Get Organized: Tips for Using the Google Calendar Mobile AppRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | PC Magazine

    ... event when you open it. You might also see graphics for events that were added to your calendar automatically from Gmail. Any time Gmail recognizes an event from an email, such as a flight confirmation message, it will add the events to your ...

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  10. This App Makes a Wacky Game Out of Sorting Your EmailRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Wired

    ... even though you can tell it really, really would like to be. Geronimo, from Jumpin Labs, pulls in email from your Gmail account and arranges it in what Lukas describes as a "design-driven" layout. In terms of pure user interface, it's an improvement ...

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  11. Google is finally solving Android's bloatware problemRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | Boy Genius

    ... changes to the standard contract it sends out to handset manufacturers. Previously, OEMs who wanted to have apps like Gmail and Google Maps pre-installed on devices were effectively forced to install an entire bundle of Google apps, including ...

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  12. How to Transfer Data from Symbian Nokia to iPhoneRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 23 | Digital Game Developer

    ... Nokia contacts to iPhone by hand? There is no doubt that you can export your Nokia contacts to iPhone via SIM card, Gmail and other methods. How about the photos and music? Is there any way to transfer all these contents from Nokia to iPhone at once ...

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  13. Digital Wallets to Try Out in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 22 | AllBusiness.com

    ... account and then utilized to make payment. The system can also be used to pay funds to anyone in the U.S. who has a Gmail address. Miguel Salcido is a veteran search marketing executive with a focus on SEO and link building. He has provided SEO ...

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  14. Google came up with the best way to back up your photosRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 22 | Silicon Alley Insider

    ... by a location like "Portland" or "California." It even recognizes selfies if you search for "selfie." Google calls it "Gmail for photos" and that seems to be a pretty accurate description of the service. It also gives you free unlimited storage for ...

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  15. 20 best apps for small-business ownersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 22 | The Baltimore Sun

    ... emails until a later date. Dropbox purchased Mailbox in 2013, which led to a wave of expansion: Mailbox now supports Gmail, Yahoo, me.com and mac.com email accounts. The app is free and works on iPhone and iPad, Android and Mac OS X. Pushover: This ...

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  16. Apple and the Myth of the One-Trick PonyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Fox News

    ... I mean Alphabet , for example. With all the hype over Android, Android Wear, Android Auto, Books, Chrome, Chromecast, Gmail, Google+, Maps, Nest, Wallet, YouTube, not to mention dozens of moonshots such as Calico, Fiber, Glass and the self-driving ...

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  17. Siri's contextual sister, Tempo, blows away Apple's iPhone calendarRead the original story

    Feb 13, 2013 | Scobleizer

    ... nice email replacement app that's a lot nicer than Apple's own email app. (I can't use it because it doesn't support Gmail's labels, which I use extensively, but other than that it certainly is nice and has been racking up great reviews). But today ...

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  18. With Geronimo, loving email again may not be such a leapRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Cult of Mac Blog

    ... gestures and the four corners of an iPhone screen for quick and easy management of your email. It launches for gmail users only, but Lukas' Jumpin Labs are working on updates so that Geronimo supports other email providers. "Email has been ...

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  19. Windows 10: Microsoft lays its smartphone ambitions to restRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 19 | ComputerWorld

    ... enough. But I won't be using any of them on Windows 10, and I'm sure I'm not alone. The mail app isn't as good as Gmail, especially Google Inbox. I don't need apps to find news, sports and recipes - I've got the Web for that. Google Calendar serves ...

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  20. Google's In-House Programming Language Now Runs On PhonesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | Wired

    It builds software that runs across thousands of machines , spread across a worldwide network of computer data centers - a setup that allows it to serve information quickly to millions across the globe, from Search to Gmail to Maps. And it builds this software at an enormously rapid pace, dedicating enormous numbers of coders to each project, the only way to keep pace with the ever-evolving technological landscape.

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