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4 Easy Tools for Cleaning Up Your Email Inbox

Here's how you can simplify the process and reduce the stress and frustration of an unruly email account. Full story

Find Out How Much Your Email Is Worth To Hackers

What is your email account worth to hackers? There's a new tool that can help you find out. Full story

Forwarding Your Phone's Texts Could Invite Hackers

Getting your text messages delivered to your PC or tablet sounds pretty convenient, until a hacker uses that text-forwarding feature to hijack your Gmail. This sequence of events recently happened to Lillian Smith, a prominent social media expert, who fought a valiant technological battle against a Full story

Across Asia, officials' e-mails may be vulnerable

JAKARTA/BANGKOK (Reuters) - Government and security officials in parts of Asia have been sending sensitive information and policy documents via e-mail services offered by U.S. web giants, and concerns are spreading that these may have been monitored and collected by the National Security Agency (NSA Full story

Easily Distracted? New Gmail App Can Help

Have you turned into one of Pavlov's dogs? The second your smartphone screen lights up, you reach for the phone to see what's new, regardless of who's sitting across from you. And frequently, it's just another message about an online sale or a new Twitter follower.  Gmail now offers a partial soluti Full story

Microsoft Integrates Outlook With Google Chat

Outlook users will now be able to use Google Talk without ever using Gmail. Full story

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Mailbox - a new Gmail client for iOS – has nearly 800,000 people in line, waiting for their chance to try an email app that just might work.

  Click3: The Chicago Tribune's adorable online fail

Chris Hayes shares the three most awesomest things on the Internet for Wednesday: The Kremlin claims Vladimir Putin caught a 46 pound pike; Chris Kluwe uses Google Glass at Raiders training camp; and The Chicago Tribune has the most adorable online fail.