Microsoft is so confident it has the Internet’s best e-mail service that it’s about spend at least $30 million to send that message across the U.S.
Yahoo Inc. said Thursday it’s investigating reports of a security breach that has purportedly exposed nearly half a million users’ email addresses and passwords.
Epsilon, the world’s largest “permissions-based” e-mail marketing company which has offices in San Francisco, said that someone hacked into its computer system and stole an unknown number of e-mail addresses and names.
In this day and age, we couldn’t function as a society without it. Sharon in Santa Rosa asked this Good Question: How did e-mail get started?
Meet Daniel Balsam, a San Francisco man who hates unwanted e-mail so much, he makes his living suing spammers.
A spam attack on Twitter showed why it’s wise to use different passwords for Internet accounts.
Many industry experts are speculating over whether the social networking giant will launch its own email service.