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Gmail Man: the Personification of Gmail by Microsoft

As part of its campaign to show how much Google is evil and practice all sorts of atrocities to the data of its users, Microsoft brought out officially for the first time the video of Gmail Man. The character shown in the video is the embodiment of the Google email service and I would say he is portrayed chillingly realistic. Continue reading Gmail Man: the Personification of Gmail by Microsoft

Google, Yahoo and Microsoft Together to Combat Fake E-mail Messages

A new standard to “authenticate” message email can help reduce the amount of phishing scam – messages that pass through communiques banks, email providers etc. but they are not – future case go forward. The DMARC, supported by Google, Yahoo and Microsoft, has the ambition to join the leading online service providers in the world to make better control of the messages sent by their domains.

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Microsoft Launches Bing Maps Streetside In

Bing, engine search the Microsoft you want to unseat Google, launched a new version of Bing Maps and included in the package Streetside, similar to Streetview competitor Google Maps. Both show photos on street level in many cities. The Redmond giant, for now, is limited to major US cities. The Bing Maps with Streetside is in beta and you need Silverlight to use it. If you do not have Silverlight or do not care about the Streetside, you can access the standard Bing Maps. Continue reading Microsoft Launches Bing Maps Streetside In