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The Computer Scientist Responsible for Cut, Copy, and Paste, Has Passed Away

The Computer Scientist Responsible for Cut, Copy, and Paste, Has Passed Away

The advent of the personal computer wasn’t just about making these powerful machines available to everyone, it was also about making them accessible and usable, even for those lacking a computer

Rare Apple WALT prototype combines phone and fax machine

Apple had plans to deliver a phone long before Steve Jobs took to the stage of Macworld 2007 to show off the iPhone. Around 14 years earlier, the company previewed a prototype device called the Wizzy
Can You Pay Your Way Out of Email Hell?

Can You Pay Your Way Out of Email Hell?

There’s no perfect way to manage massive quantities of emails, but everybody has their preferences. Some people are Gmail purists, who might be sad to know that the Google’s free supercharged email

Google Inbox will be wiped out next month

It’s nearly the end of the road for Google Inbox. A new popup that has started appearing inside the Inbox app confirms it will be closed down on April 2. Fans of the email client have just two weeks

Essential brings Newton mail app back from the dead, still costs $50 per year

2019 is gearing up to be a pretty weird year, and Essential is here to help. After purchasing CloudMagic a few months ago for some reason, the phone maker has revived CloudMagic’s failing email app,

Newton Mail and Calendar apps make unexpected return to iOS

Popular email client Newton Mail has made a surprise return to the App Store — alongside Newton Calendar. Users can log in using the same Newton account they used before. If you haven’t already tried

Essential acquires email startup CloudMagic

Andy Rubin’s Essential has acquired CloudMagic, makers of the Newton email app, for an undisclosed sum. The news, first reported this morning, has since been confirmed by TechCrunch. An Essential
Stephen Hawking’s Ph.D. Dissertation Sold for More Than Manuscripts by Newton, Darwin, and Einstein in Christie’s Online Auction

Newton Mail is heading for the chopping block this September

Newton Mail was one of my favorite third-party email apps thanks to its excellent user interface, broad cross-platform support, and plethora of powerful features, and despite a pretty hefty annual
Newton Mail shutting down on September 25

Newton Mail shutting down on September 25

Nary a month after raising its prices, Newton Mail has decided to shut down for good. The drop-dead date is September 25, and all new sign-ups will be blocked. Current subscribers will not be charged
Newton's subscription email service will shut down next month

Newton's subscription email service will shut down next month

Newton was the rare email app that worked well on mobile, Windows and Mac, but it really did cost too much. Note the past tense: The company announced today that the email service will shut down on

Today in Apple history: Newton MessagePad inspires mobile revolution

August 2, 1993: Apple debuts the MessagePad, the first product in its Newton line of handheld personal digital assistants. The most unfairly maligned product in Apple history, the Newton is a

Love Notes to Newton tells story of Apple’s most important failure [Review]

The Newton MessagePad is simultaneously one of Apple’s biggest flops and one of the company’s most underrated products. A series of PDA devices available during the 1990s, today Newtons are
Newton Mail raises prices for new subscribers to $10 a month and $100 a year, adds Recap feature for follow-up reminders

Newton Mail raises prices for new subscribers to $10 a month and $100 a year, adds Recap feature for follow-up reminders

Newton has been rolling out a lot of intelligent Gmail-esque features to its app, all to help you achieve that zen-like state of "Inbox Zero," or a complete and total sorting of all inbound emails.
Newton email app surfaces messages it thinks you should reply to

Newton email app surfaces messages it thinks you should reply to

If you've used the new version of Gmail, you're probably familiar with how the service "nudges" you to follow up on emails you might have forgotten about. If you want a feature like that, but prefer
Newton Mail Updates iOS App With 'Recap' Feature to Remind You About Missed Messages

Newton Mail Updates iOS App With 'Recap' Feature to Remind You About Missed Messages

Newton Mail today announced a new feature for its iOS mail app called "Recap," aimed at resurfacing conversations that are awaiting your reply or that need to be followed up. Recap covers not only

Newton, Bias Amp 2, Overcast privacy, and other amazing apps of the week

Bias Amp gets a huge update, Micro.blog now imports your Instagram backup, and Newton pretends that banishing "sent" emails is a big new thing. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple
Newton axes the sent folder — and it makes for a better email experience

Newton axes the sent folder — and it makes for a better email experience

Newton decided to change the way you interact with your inbox once again by ridding users of the sent folder once and for all. It's a sensible move and it helps streamline the email experience quite a

Newton kills the ‘Sent’ folder to make email as easy as instant messaging

Awesome email app Newton has killed off the “Sent” folder to make email as easy as instant messaging. When using Newton, your sent messages now appear right inside your inbox alongside everything
Newton email app makes the 'sent' folder unnecessary

Newton email app makes the 'sent' folder unnecessary

The Newton email and calendar apps offer a fairly unique way to deal with those unfortunate but necessary components of modern life. Some of its smarter features include read receipts, the option to