Inbox: Google's New E-mail App

Inbox: Google
Google is reinventing e-mail -- again. The company just rolled out a new e-mail app called Inbox. Years in the making, the new app was developed by Gmail’s original crew. Except it’s not Gmail.
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Whisper's Data Collection Under Siege
Can an app that people share confessions on anonymously, some of which become fodder for news stories, protect the users' identities? That's the issue surrounding anonymous message board app Whisper.
Samsung Tech Boosts Wi-Fi Speeds
Electronics giant Samsung said it has developed Wi-Fi tech that will enable data transmission speeds up to five times faster than is available on current devices. It plans to use the tech in new products.
New York Ditches Beacon Program
The city of New York has scuttled a media company's project to install in payphone booths transmitters that could track people's movements by sending signals to their smartphones.
AT&T Must Refund $80M in Charges
Telecom giant AT&T must refund $80 million to consumers who were illegally billed for unauthorized third-party charges, a practice known as mobile cramming, according to the FTC.
San Francisco Expands Public Wi-Fi
Thanks to a grant from resident Google.
Federal Ban on Inflight Calls Ahead?
Government worries about disruptions.
Twitter Invests $10M in MIT Social Lab
To look at new uses for tweet stream.
FCC Tackles Net Neutrality Debate
How far should the government go?
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