Somehow, Facebook is still finding ways to make Facebook Messenger more annoying.
Now, the company plans to bring autoplaying video ads to users Messenger inboxes as soon as Monday, according to a report from Recode.
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In 2009, a San Francisco web strategist named Tim — last name withheld for reasons that will become clear — opened his Gmail to find a message
"But her emails."
It's become a meme at this point. The Republican party — and Trump campaign — made such a huge stinkin' deal about Clinton's use of a private email server while she was secretary of state, that any time a more
You might have noticed a slew of odd-looking emails landing in your inbox lately. Desperate subject lines like "please don't go" and "is it really over" abound.
These thirsty emails aren't the handiwork of a scorned ex—they're from
Cast your eye through the reams of unread emails currently rattling around your personal inbox and you'll see a string of subject lines resembling break-up texts.
If your inbox is anything like mine in the run-up to GDPR coming into effect on
Gmail users have had Smart Reply for over a year, but the mail service is getting even smarter.
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At the opening keynote of Google's annual I/O developer conference, Google CEO Sundar
Businessman Richard Guttfield came home from work recently to every pet owner's ultimate nightmare. An Amazon delivery driver had stolen Wilma, Guttfield's black miniature schnauzer, after dropping off a bag of dog food at Guttfield's home.
Over the past year or so I have been observing the engagement space of recruitment. Having looked up engagement in a dictionary, I saw it was affiliated with words like relationship, something together and honest. Words that I very much would...
Gmail's massive redesign includes a feature that has previously only been available on corporate email services, encryption-oriented programs like ProtonMail and Signal, and, well, Snapchat: disappearing messages.
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Get the feeling you're suddenly being bombarded with emails from companies about updated terms of service policies?
You are. And there's a good reason: the European Union's forthcoming efforts to protect our personal data.
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