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Microsoft Celebrates 15 Years of Hotmail Dominance

Indeed, it’s an enormous achievement for Hotmail (as well as for Microsoft) that has just turned “15” on July 4th with firm title of “industry leader” for an era of email. In today’s scenario when technology is shaping out...

Hotmail New Update Allows You to Browse Inside the Inbox

How many times have you struggled to open a website link which comes as a part of your email text? If not, try now. Trust, most of us need to pass through some time delay and probably some technical...

Check your hotmail on your mobile without Internet connection

Microsoft India has launched a new service that allows users of its Hotmail service to get email alerts on SMS. According to the company, the service also allows users to receive, read and reply to emails on SMS. The service also enables efficient viewing of emails by specifying the email address or domain from which one would like to receive alerts on SMS

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Amazon Future Group Dispute Deepens As Singapore Court Turns Down Future Group Plea

The dispute between Amazon and Future Retail is, apparently, far from over anything soon as the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) has...

Google Pay Fee On Instant Transfer: An Indication Of Google’s Aggressive Monetisation Strategy?

Google has decided to levy fee on instant payment, starting from the US market. A few days back, Google...