Yahoo Mail users furious over disruptions
Yahoo Mail users vented their anger on Twitter Friday about disruptions plaguing the free messaging service.
Canada demands Google, Netflix data, sets deadline
Canada's broadcast regulator on Monday gave American companies Google and Netflix a three-day deadline to turn over subscriber data or have their testimony expunged from a major public hearing, media reported.
'Russian Facebook' accepts founder's resignation
Russia's top social network said Monday it had accepted the resignation of its founder, Pavel Durov, after he announced earlier this month he was leaving and then apparently changed his mind.
Yahoo chief apologizes for 'frustrating week'
Yahoo chief Marissa Mayer posted an apology late Friday for a "frustrating week" experienced by millions of its email service users.
Yahoo Mail trouble hits fourth day
An outage at Yahoo Mail hit its fourth day on Thursday, prompting thousands of furious users to ratchet up their criticism on social media.
Lingering Yahoo Mail outage prompts apology
An outage at Yahoo Mail stretched into its second day on Wednesday, prompting the US Internet pioneer to apologize to unhappy users.
Russian Internet titan Mail.ru targets US
Russian Internet titan Mail.ru hit the US market with email, text messaging and gaming applications for mobile devices.
Australia reveals innovative 'video stamp'
Australia's mail service has injected technology into the simple postage stamp—creating a "video stamp" to deliver a personal message that recipients can view on their mobile phone.
LinkedIn tool shares user info on iPhone email (Update)
LinkedIn just gave its users another reason to ensure their resumes are up to date. The online professional network has introduced a mobile feature that shows information about people's careers in emails being read on iPhones.
New Zealand moving to 3 days a week mail service
Mail will soon be delivered to suburban New Zealand homes just three days a week as the country's postal service responds to the rise of smartphones and the decline of letters.
Can you talk? Apple patent calls on iPhone status check system
Study visualizes mRNA transport in test tube
(Phys.org) —Much of biomedical science – both mystifying and awe-inspiring to the lay public – depends on an unwavering focus on things that can't be easily seen, like the inner-workings of cells, in ...
Got brown widow spiders? Entomologists seek the public's help for a summer research project
Entomologists at the University of California, Riverside are requesting the public to send in live brown widow spiders for a summer research project aimed at controlling the spread of the spiders.
Review: BlackBerry Z10's slick design keeps company relevant
I can still remember getting my first BlackBerry. It was a pager that had a full keyboard, and we used them to communicate among co-workers in what was then called the Tech Services department.