VoiceGem Sends Voice Messages Via Email

Free, nonintrusive and personal are what put the “gem” into VoiceGem, a new app for iPhone and the Web launched on 3 August by a pair of Stanford grad school students. Like many good ideas, VoiceGem was conceived out of an unmet need. Arda Kara and Alexander Blessing shared the problem of wanting to stay…

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Goodbye Hotmail Hello Outlook.com

If you’ve been on the Internet for a long time, there’s a good chance Hotmail was your first email address. Launched in 1996, Hotmail was bought by Microsoft the following year, and the service has gone through myriad changes since then. Today, Microsoft is making its most radical change yet to the 16 year old…

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Ten interesting digital stats we’ve seen this week

Here’s a round up of digital marketing stats we’ve seen this week. Topics include connected TV, mobile email, social media customer service, QR codes and Angry Birds… via Ten interesting digital stats we’ve seen this week | Econsultancy.

Internet companies warn over government email surveillance plans

Internet companies warn over government email surveillance plans Firms concerned that coalition’s proposals to monitor email and social media could be misused by autocratic regimes Internet firms have warned that proposed government powers to monitor public emails could be misused by autocratic regimes. Photograph: Alamy Internet firms have warned that government plans to monitor email…

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