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Newton Mail Client Review

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I recently started to test the Newton Mail client after hearing a lot about it online over the last we weeks and I have to say it was a great client. Newton Mail is different kind of email client providing different features than most which...
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Apple quietly acquired computer vision startup Regaind

TechCrunch has learned that Apple has acquired a small French startup called Regaind, according to multiple sources. As always, Apple is very quiet when it comes to acquisitions, but it’s always interesting to learn more about Apple’s interests. We’ve reached out to Apple and the...
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Google Finance as you know it is going away

Alphabet Inc. has informed users of its Google Finance product last week that the core of the offering, the portfolio feature, will soon disappear as the stocks-focused product undergoes a transformation that bundles it into Google’s dominant search offering. The November move will mark the...
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SEO Insider: Are you doing it right?

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Would you like to triumph in your next SEO campaign? Every ambitious marketer knows that it is essential to increase your search rankings if you want to make your product or a service visible to your target audience. One of the ways to achieve this...
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Microsoft Unveils a Skype (Re)redesign on iOS

In the face of rampant negative feedback for its new Skype mobile client, Microsoft today unveiled an update on iOS that addresses many concerns. “[The new Skype] was a big change and we received a lot of great feedback from the Skype community,” Microsoft’s Ellen...
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Apple Music now has 30 million subscribers

Apple Music still isn’t topping the charts — but now it’s half as big as Spotify when it comes to official subscribers. Jimmy Iovine, the boss of Apple’s music-streaming service, revealed to Billboard magazine Thursday that it now has 30 million paid subscribers. That’s a...
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Microsoft Announces Office 2019 at Ignite

Today, at Microsoft Ignite in Orlando, we announced Office 2019—the next perpetual update for Office. This release, scheduled for the second half of 2018, will include perpetual versions of the Office apps (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) and servers (including Exchange, SharePoint, and Skype...
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Firefox Quantum Lands in Beta

Engines are important, both in cars and in browsers. That’s why we’re so revved up this morning – we’re releasing the Beta of a whole new Firefox, one that’s powered by a completely reinvented, modernized engine. Since the version number – 57 – can’t really...
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Apple Releases macOS High Sierra

macOS High Sierra
As many readers know I have long awaited the release of the latest version of macOS High Sierra. I guess it’s the computer geek in me but the release of a new desktop OS always sparks my interest more than the release of iOS. The...
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