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BitTorrent is taking a page from Snapchat with disappearing encrypted messages.
Zuru analyzes your notes and turns them into a slide-based presentation on Haiku Deck’s platform, so you'll never have to use PowerPoint again.
Whether you need to send a fax, receive a fax, or even have your own fax number, your iPhone and iPad is the only machine you need.
Like a decentralized Wayback Machine, a new tool called Amber is letting individual websites join the fight against link rot.
The new version for Office 365 subscribers includes maps in your email, weather in your calendar, and more importantly, and all-new database under the hood.
The organization ranked 39 digital communication tools based on security features and best practices
Messaging apps are multiplying and mutating rapidly. With Skype Qik, Microsoft's joining the trend, featuring self-destructing video messages that can be shared and reacted to.
Dropbox has officially launched the public beta for the Mac version of its popular mail client for iOS and Android.
Children's accounts could go legit if Google can satisfy privacy requirements
In general, Microsoft is keeping the same Office plans as before, but at lower prices.
Third-party IM apps and older versions of iChat will no longer be able to log in with Mac.com or Me.com screennames.
It's called Drive for Work, costs twice as much as Apps for Business, and includes unlimited cloud storage for all users. Sorry, Microsoft.