Friday, August 26, 2016

Around The Net

  • WhatsApp Connecting With Facebook For Ads TopTechNews

    WhatsApp has plans to coordinate more with its parent company Facebook to make it easier for companies to deliver ads to its users. The company plans to roll out these plans without exposing users to third-party banner ads and spam. The company plans to test these options over the next few months. ...Read the whole story

  • Gowdy Says Clinton Wiped Servers Clean Politico

    Trey Gowdy, The House Select Committee on Benghazi Chairman, says that Hillary Clinton used software to wipe her servers clean, before turning the data over to authorities. Gowdy (R-S.C.) asserts that she used BleachBit, a tool that aims to make file recovery impossible. ...Read the whole story

  • SwiftKey Update Fixes Email, Phone Number Issue Android Police

    Mobile prediction app SwiftKey has released a new update after being hit with a bug that was causing users to see other users' information. For instance, the app would suggest email addresses and phone numbers to users that had never entered that data. Developers have responded by stopping all synchronization in the app and roll out a fix that addresses this issue. ...Read the whole story

  • eUKhost Debuts Email Inbox Service For Businesses PR Newswire

    eUKhost has released a new email service that allows businesses to create email addresses for their business domains. These inboxes are accessible across browsers and devices and feature virus protection and anti-spam filters. The hosting company also offers server blacklist checks, email backups and email archiving. ...Read the whole story

  • State Department Must Turn Over All Clinton Emails Related to Benghazi CNBC

    The State Department has been ordered to release any emails sent between Hillary Clinton and the White House from the week of the 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya, by September 13th. The judge's order came after the FBI recovered a disc with almost 15,000 emails on it that was not present during their previous inquiry. ...Read the whole story

VW's Proposed Settlement With Dealers Said To Be $1.2 Billion

Volkswagen and its 650 U.S. dealers announced they had reached a settlement at a hearing in federal court in San Francisco yesterday without disclosing the amount. Sources told several media outlets it comes to to $1.2 ...More

  • 1/3 Of Emails Spam Or Not Relevant

    US marketers have a struggle on their hands this year when it comes to email deliverability. Fewer than 70% of emails sent by US marketers have been delivered to the inbox. ...More