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Google has released its latest OS called (for now) Android O (the OS will eventually get a ‘sweet sounding’ name to go along with the rest of Google’s lineup). Android O introduces a few new features that Android users will probably like. A lot. But some of those features »03/23/2017, Steve Luck
If you’ve come within ten feet of a startup in the past year, you’ve undoubtedly heard of Slack. The team tool is one of the most popular tools within the startup realm. It’s also used in office settings (why walk across the room when you can just send someone »03/10/2017, Steve Luck
The dating app that everyone loves to hate (Tinder) has created a new partnership today. Tinder has just teamed up with Spotify. That’s right, you can now add a song to your Tinder profile. Tinder is calling the new song option your personal ‘anthem,’ and the partnership has a »09/22/2016, John Cook
Google is making some very useful upgrades to its email inbox app. The company is working with both Trello and GitHub to make getting updates from these two programs a lot simpler for users. Both of these changes are necessary and Google Inbox users will find these updates accommodating »08/09/2016, Erik Lim
If you write for a living (or just write for yourself), you know one thing to be very, very, true. It’s easy to become distracted. It’s especially easy to become distracted if you have various programs like Skype and Slack running. People want your attention all the time - and »05/31/2016, Erik Lim
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Resistbot. If you are politically active, you’ve probably heard of this app. If not, it’s an app that makes it very simple to send letters to members of Congress. Kind of. Technically, it turns text messages into letters that are then sent directly to a person’s member of Congress. Lots »04/27/2017, Erwin Moore
LastPass is a popular password manager that retains and secures passwords. A lot of companies use LastPass instead of issuing employees numerous passwords for a variety of programs. Today, LastPass got some ‘not so great’ news from a Google researcher, Tavis Ormandy. Ormandy discovered a vulnerability within the program that »03/31/2017, Paul Meyer
Approximately three years ago, social networks gained some crazy evaluations. Investors scrambled to jump on Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and any other network that looked promising. Some of those social evaluations were higher than many suspected they were worth. But investors ran, paid, and waited. Now, some of those networks »02/09/2017, Alex Choi
WhatsApp has been touted as the most secure messenger app since BlackBerry’s original messenger service (BBM). But recent security flaw exposure has caused a lot of people to think twice about the security of WhatsApp. Trusting Free Messenger Apps Facebook (parent company of WhatsApp) has repeatedly told the public that »01/16/2017, Jim Lewis
Europe has been a lot tougher than North America when it comes to user privacy laws governing the Internet. The latest crackdown comes from the European Commission (EC) and relates directly to messaging apps and cookies. The EC has stated that messages cannot be stored, listened to, intercepted, scanned, »01/10/2017, Tom Brook
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MailList King brings all the power of a complete mailing list server to your PC, allowing you to easily create, manage and communicate with the people interested in your web site, products or organization.
Air Messenger Mobile is a fully featured alphanumeric paging software with TAP, SNPP, ETAP, WCTP, and EMail support that allows you to send pages to Pagers and Digital Cellular Phones.
Air Messenger Lite is a simple to use Alphanumeric Paging Software that allows you to send alphanumeric messages to Pagers and Digital Cellular Phone.
ir Messenger WCTP allows you to send alphanumeric pages to Pagers and Digital Cellular Phone via the Internet through a WCTP Gateway such as Nextel, PageMart, Skytel, and others. Includes HTTPS Support.
MING Network Monitor Home is a software solution for users who want to monitor Internet traffic on the home network, including instant messages (AOL, MSN, Yahoo, ICQ and QQ), emails sent and received, web sites visited, and files downloaded.