Tag Archive: Mail

Nov 18 2014

Review: eM Client v6 – Organized and Robust

review-em-client-v6-19115

I did a review of eM client back in 2012 for the release of version 5. Version 6 has been released and eM client is one of the most robust email clients that’s freely available on the Internet. It’s been referred to as the Microsoft Outlook killer. The user interface of eM client looks very …

Continue reading »

Mar 11 2013

Hands on with Roku 3

ekvbxwk5_thumb.jpg

I was pleasantly surprised today when my Roku 3 showed up in the mail. I guess one of the small pleasures that I got immediately from ordering my Roku directly from the manufacturer was the fact that they didn’t mess with me on shipping. I actually ordered to Roku‘s and received both of them in …

Continue reading »

Dec 26 2012

7 Tips on Going Paperless

mk5t1otq.jpg

Going paperless is an eco-friendly solution that can lead you to some incredible savings. Whether you want to turn your office into a paper free zone or go paperless in personal life, there are a few important points to keep in mind. The following seven tips will help you stay organized, efficient and effective when …

Continue reading »

Aug 30 2012

To Block or not to Block: The Case Against and For Adblock

omqyoof1.jpg

There are relatively few single-sided issue in this world. No matter how convinced you are of how right your particular conviction is, it won’t take long to found someone believes equally and oppositely. But there’s one area that we all seem to agree on: Everybody hates adverts. And in the vast hate pyramid of adverts …

Continue reading »

Jun 20 2012

Mozilla Thunderbird v13 gets large attachment handling

While others may be flocking to the web for their e-mail handling/management, Thunderbird is still my e-mail application of choice, and I still think having my emails local, where I can filter, reply and compose is better than having to deal with the web interfaces; which, for me, seems like they are trying to catch …

Continue reading »

May 16 2012

Google is building an answer brain with ‘Knowledge Graph’

Google is really working the candle at both ends with trying to build a better mouse trap [per se] to compete with Apple‘s Siri. Google knows that it can’t do the things Siri does with out giving relevant answers to the questions at hand… or presented. Google’s voice recognition has made some vast improvements in …

Continue reading »

Mar 16 2012

The Many Benefits of Cloud Computing

Imagine that you are an IT Manager for a large company.  You are responsible for ensuring every employee has a working computer equipped with the right hardware and software programs to do their jobs.  Each hardware and software program requires a license — and they are expensive.  When a new employee is hired, you must …

Continue reading »

Feb 24 2012

How to Maximize ‘Siri’ on the iPhone Models

Everyone knows that iPhone’s Siri app can do simple commands and remember some contacts, but few people know the other things she can do, like dictate messages and set contact relationships like siblings or bosses. If you really want to maximize Siri, read through this article for some helpful tips and tricks.

Continue reading »

Dec 17 2010

Top 10 Plug-ins for Mozilla Thunderbird in 2011

Mozilla Thunderbird is still the most popular eMail client on the Internet; mostly because of the plug-ins you can use with it to build and customize the application to specifically how you want it to function. I’ve compiled a list of plug-ins for Thunderbird that makes it a very productive eMail client. With plug-ins like …

Continue reading »

Oct 22 2010

Why we won’t see many Microsoft or Google apps on iOS?

image.png

[By Guest Blogger  – MDE3] Google and Microsoft have come up with a good plan on how to get their programs on the iOS (that is the software that powers the iTouch, iPhone, and iPad). Google and Microsoft have both written an application (Google and Bing) to be used on the iPhone. Both of their …

Continue reading »

Older posts «