Yes, I am testing it, the Apple Watch. But there’s no browser, and also no official Watch apps for Twitter, Instagram nor WhatsApp. So, how can you Tweet, stare at kitten pics and videos, or spam your friends from your wrist?
Synchronizing your Hotmail messages, contacts and calendar is getting easier, for example when using iPhone. Windows Live Hotmail is now compatible with the Exchange ActiveSync standard. Here is how to set this up.
Since yesterday, you can buy it in Germany and several other European countries: the iPad. Apple succeeds in making true what other manufacturers can only dream of: People flood stores and order a device for several hundred Euros—without knowing what the device can do.
In the past two years, Microsoft has spent more energy in making Windows Live Hotmail even better. The result proves that these efforts were not in vain. But—what does “better” mean? What is important for a modern e-mail service in 2010 and beyond?
Microsoft has started an investigation after having received reports that some users got access to other users’ accounts when using mobile devices.
The developers of the microblogging platform Twitter have renovated the mobile website technically and optically. If you’re interested, get a first glimpse of the work at mobile.twitter.com.
A free Windows Live Messenger version for Java cell phones has been released. It supports cell phones manufactured by Motorola, LG, Samsung, Nokia, RIM and Sony Ericsson.
As viruses, backdoors, Trojan horses, even root kits are commonly spread these days, you should pay close attention while using Windows Live Messenger in order to maintain your own and your computer’s safety. Here are some tips that help you to stay secure: Do not click every link you receive.
I still remember the times when there was only limited amount of disk space available (hard disk sizes of 20 MB were common), so keeping files as small as possible was most important. This prerequisite has gone, but there is another one: not everybody has a high-speed web connection! Sure:
Have you ever received an instant message that prompts you to click on a mysterious link? Or been asked to share your IM account information, only to have it used to spam all of your friends? Messaging spam, sometimes called SPIM, is a type of spam targeting users of instant